Parkinson’s Disease Therapies

Physical therapy is one of the most important steps to slow the progression of Parkinson’s Disease, according to Dr. Lisa Corsa, physical therapist, manual osteopath and athletic trainer with Premier Therapy Solutions. Dr. Corsa discusses and shows the different therapies available for patients with Parkinson’s Disease, emphasizing intense exercise, aquatic and stretching routines, and specialized equipment used to work on the balance issues, typical of this neuro-degenerative syndrome. There’s hope for a better quality of life through exercise and physical therapy for those living with this condition.

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