Parkinson's Disease Therapy - How does physical therapy exercises help in Parkinson's Disease

By: 9zest

Parkinson's Disease is a neurological disorder relating to the death of the nerve cells in the brain which produce dopamine. It is a progressive degenerative disease which affects the area of the brain called substantia nigra due to which overall health deteriorates and symptoms increases as time progresses and dopamine production decreases in the brain. Few major symptoms of PD are tremors, slowness and difficulty of movement, rigidity, unstable posture etc. It has been noted that a number of people with PD have benefited from exercise, physical therapy, yoga and meditation on top of medical treatment. These non medical treatment options have helped people manage symptoms well and delay the progression of the disease.

There are different forms of exercises and physical therapy to help with its symptoms like unstable balance, gait impairment etc. Yoga and meditation helps manage symptoms like rigidity impaired movement etc better. At 9zest we understand that each person is different and so are their PD symptoms. Keeping this in line our global network of experience fitness experts and physical therapists will design a program for your specific needs after evaluation based on the widely accepted and scientific Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale UPDRS and a custom questionnaire about how PD has affected and changed your life and lifestyle. This 9z Parkinson's workout program delivered through our app and website will be available to you anywhere anytime.

9zest will be with you every step of your way to keep you motivated and focused as you get better. Rethink Parkinson's Think 9zest.

Parkinson's Disease Therapy - How does physical therapy exercises help in Parkinson's Disease

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