Tag Archives: Parkinsons

Good Reasons To Like The Treadmill

This is part of our on-going series of exploring neurological and degenerative conditions that can affect a number of individuals and specifically how Physical Therapy can help” Today’s topic is about the benefits of using a treadmill and a few different activities … Continue reading

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Aerobic Exercise the “Primer” to improved motor learning and cognition

Today’s  Topic is a continuation of last weeks topic of neuroplasticity.  I got my latest journal of Physical Therapy and the very last article in this month’s addition was titled “Promoting Neuroplasticity for Motor Rehabilitation After Stroke: Considering the Effects … Continue reading

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Recovery Support Groups

“This is part of our on-going series of exploring neurological and degenerative conditions that can affect a number of individuals and specifically how Physical Therapy can help” Today’s Topic: Recovery Support Groups In life we are faced with some unexpected challenges whether … Continue reading

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Balance – Use it or Loose it!

“This is part of our on-going series of exploring neurological conditions that can affect a number of individuals and specifically how Physical Therapy can help” Today’s topic is Balance: What is balance?  We know that it keeps us from falling … Continue reading

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