Parkinson's Disease

Regular exercise can improve some of the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, such as poor balance, rigidity, slowness and impaired movement.

In our fully supervised environment, Exercise Physiologist provide specific exercise programs to meet the individual needs of every client

Some of the benefits of regular exercise for the person with Parkinson’s disease can include:



• Improved control over gross motor movements, such as walking
• Increased muscle strength and flexibility
• Increased cardiovascular fitness
• Improved coordination and balance
• Improved posture
• Reduced muscle cramping
• Greater confidence in performing daily activities
• Reduced stress levels
• Improve joint mobility