Parkinson’s Training

Physical and Occupational Therapy

Parkinson’s disease may cause you to move more slowly. You may also feel tightness, pain, and weakness, especially in the muscles and joints. Rehabilitative therapy can help you compensate for the changes brought about by this condition. Our specialized therapists are LSVT Big® certified.

Physical & Occupational Therapy can help with:

Balance problems

Decreased coordination

Fatigue

Pain

Difficulties with walking

Weakness

Safety concerns

Functional independence maintenance

Activities of daily living

Improved quality of life

Speech Therapy

Dysarthria (difficulty speaking) and dysphagia (difficulty swallowing) can be severely limiting symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Both can be addressed by a speech language pathologist.

Our therapists can help patients maintain communication skills and teach them energy-conserving techniques. Our specialized therapists are LSVT Loud® certified.