Parkinson’s disease is a disorder of the central nervous system that affects a person’s ability to coordinate their movements and emotions. Physiotherapy can help individuals struggling with Parkinson’s develop strength and retrain their brains to reactivate neurons that are underactive in the areas of the brain that control motor skills. The goal of physiotherapy is to improve an individual’s motor function so they can lead active, fulfilling lives.
What are the Therapy benefits of Parkinson’s Disease?
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive neurological disorder. The main symptoms are movement-related and include tremors, slowness, stiffness, and poor balance. Parkinson’s disease can cause feelings of isolation and depression as a result of changing relationships and loss of independence. Often the rate of progression varies from person to person. Our treatment methods can help reduce the speed and severity of symptoms, by improving strength, mobility, coordination, and function both at home or in the community. Regular practice of exercises can also help maintain independence for as long as possible.
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