Parkinson Research. Their is extensive research evidence to support the 4 pillars approach
Parkinson’s Research…From the simple eduction of Parkinson patients to the positive effects of Neuroloplaticity (movement) to the power of taking control (lifestyle) and to the effect of our psychological approach to Parkinson’s. This simple summary of some of the main non drug related Parkinson research is listed below in no particular order (highlights were added).
The European Parkinson Therapy centre applies multi level therapy based on consolidated Parkinson's research. If it has not been proven, we do not offer it!
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Dr. Lisa Shulman describes her successful research into the effect of moderate exercise in Parkinson's patients
Cleveland Clinic researcher Jay Alberts found that bike riding temporarily helped alleviate the effects of the disease.
A Model Community NeuroFitness Center of Excellence for Parkinson Exercise in Tucson, AZ. Sponsored by Parkinson Wellness Recovery, a 501(3)(C) nonprofit organization founded by Dr. Becky Farley. All PWR! Gym programs implement the research-based Exercise4BrainChange framework created by Dr. Farley to truly implement Exercise as Medicine for people with Parkinson disease. We are developing the
The Parkinson’s outcomes project Stated “Our goal as physicians is to not just help you function better, but to help you feel better. There is a difference between function and feeling, and we have found that how people with Parkinson’s feel—their mood and depression—is a critical factor with a tangible impact on overall health.” And “The symptoms patients report as having the most effect on their health status are “negative mood and depression”
Paul de Roos, Bastiaan R. Bloem et al
Symptoms on one side of the body only. Minor interference with quality of life
Symptoms on both sides of the body. No impairment of balance but posture and gait effected
Balance impairment. Mild to moderate disease. Physically independent.
Severe disability, but still able to walk or stand unassisted.
Wheelchair-bound or bedridden unless assisted.