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Parkinson's disease is caused by degenerative changes of certain types of cells in the brain called dopaminergic neurons. One million people in the United States and four to six million people worldwide currently have Parkinson's disease.
Parkinson's disease is often characterized by a resting tremor, rigidity of joints and muscles, decreased balance and slow movements.
Join Laura Bishop, of Core 3 Physical Therapy to learn how physical therapy can help to improve the function and balance of patients with Parkinson's disease. Laura will also discuss a specific type of treatment called LSVT BIG which focuses on improving daily activities by performing big movements.
Please register for this free program by calling 215-723-5841 or by stopping at our front desk.