Physical Therapy for Parkinson's

In addition to taking your treatment

Whatever the stage of your condition it is important that you feel you have control of the disease and not the other way around. It is important to learn to manage the restrictions caused by the disease in a way that you can continue to do the things that are important to you and maintain your quality of life.

Regular physical exercise can play a vital role for people with Parkinson’s. It improves their muscle strength and flexibility so that they can move better and maintain a better quality of life. There are also specific exercises that are recommended for people with Parkinson’s. With the help of a physiotherapist patients can achieve even better results in the way they move and feel in themselves. Speech therapy can also be helpful.