Resources for Patients and Families
The 2016 Be Active & Beyond exercise booklet just released! Access it at the APDA Inc. website here.
While there is no cure for Parkinson’s disease (PD), many people with this degenerative disease find that exercise programs and/or physical therapy can be greatly beneficial. Studies confirm that people with PD can improve their mobility, flexibility, strength and fitness, and overall quality of life through exercise.
Whether you are newly diagnosed or have had Parkinson’s disease for a number of years, our physical therapists can help you manage your symptoms over your lifetime. In addition to our Community Wellness group exercise programs, the Center for Neurorehabilitation offers the following services. To inquire about them or schedule an appointment, please call 617-353-7525.
Department of Veteran Affairs, Employment Education System and PADRECC Parkinson’s Disease Education and Clinical Center present “My Parkinson’s Story” a video library series including topics from medication to exercise to falls (and more).
Check out this Partners in Parkinson’s Webinar about how to assemble your team to best manage life with PD.