FREQUENTLY

FREQUENTLY​ ASKED QUESTIONS

Parkinson's Disease

Most frequent questions and answers

Is there a cure for Parkinson’s Disease?

No, there currently is not a cure for PD. However, there are treatment in which helps individuals with PD to best live their life. To learn more, call us today.

How can Physical Therapy help with Parkinson’s?

A therapist can help restore balance, strength, and range of motion to improve the ability to walk, getting in and out of a chair, and other meaningful activities in life.




How can Occupational Therapy help with Parkinson’s?

An OT can help regain the ability to perform activities of daily living including getting dressed, bathing, and cooking. This is also including, leisure activities such as social communication.

How do I exercise with Parkinson’s?

There is no exact program for someone with Parkinson’s. Due to the variability in symptoms from person to person the best advice is to contact your Physical Therapist to ensure you are exercising safely. You can call us today to get in contact with a Parkinson’s specialist.

What is the best exercise for Parkinson’s?

There is no best exercise for PD. However, some exercises that do help many individuals with PD include, treadmill walking, dancing, boxing, tai chi, swimming, and biking. These are just to name a few; please contact us to learn more!

I just found out that I have Parkinson's

Contact your doctor for support groups and a referral to a physical therapist who specializes in PD. You can also, call us to find out more information

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