- Maintaining and improving mobility, flexibility, balance, range of motion
- Easing PD’s secondary symptoms such as depression and constipation
Researchers believe that in addition to helping with movement, exercise may influence the progression of Parkinson’s disease. But can it change the brain, and might these changes make an impact on PD symptoms? Yes. Learn more
Research also proves there is a strong link between walking ability and mental function. Find out more
David Dubats, Founder, Second Step, Inc.
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