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Jan
25
New Year, New Goals..Time for your Parkinson's Tune Up!


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Do you take your car in for an oil change every 3000 miles…maybe 5000 or more if you have a newer car?


Do you get your tires rotated? Your fluids checked?


If you answered yes to the above questions, do you do the same maintenance on yourself?


It seems in our society that we seem to take better care of our vehicles or personal items more than we do ourselves!


We need to pay attention to our bodies and make sure they are running at optimal performance just like we would our cars so that we are able to last for many “miles” in our lifetime. First, what types of fluids are you putting in your body? Water is the most important fluid that you need! Our bodies consists of approxima...


Apr
01
Living with Parkinson’s disease during COVID- How to best manage during a time of uncertainty!

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It is now the end of the first month of a new year, and COVID is still here! Many people have adapted to the new normal, while others are still struggling. Now imagine living with a movement disorder and not being able to go to a gym for their exercise class or they are too afraid to go? Vaccines are starting to roll out, but it is not at the expected rate that we thought it would be, and even if someone with Parkinson’s disease receives it, are they going to feel comfortable getting back into that environment?

From isolation to depression to an increase in their symptoms, what is the best option to help manage what can seem like an impossible tasks? Lets start with the first and best o...


Sep
15
Fall into Fitness

How to Remain Active Druing COVID

Are you someone living with a chronic disease and not quite comfortable heading back in to the gym but need a change from the zoom workouts? Now that the cooler temperatures are making their way into our lives, it is always beneficial to get outside for activity.

Are you wondering what can you do and maintain social distancing at the same time? Walking is a great low impact activity and also a way to get some fresh air to take in all of the beauty that is around us!

If you are living with a chronic disease such as Parkinson’s disease or multiple sclerosis, a loss of balance or low endurance may prevent you from going out for fear of not being able to keep...


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