Parkinsonian Movement Disorders
What is Parkinson’s Disease?
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive, neurological disorder that affects the nerve cells in the brain. Common symptoms of Parkinson’s disease include slurred speech, irregular facial expressions, and severe tremors.
Fortunately, physical therapy can help slow the progress of Parkinson’s and provide relief for symptoms. It also helps to improve flexibility and strength by addressing several issues that Parkinson’s disease may cause, including abnormal gait, freezing, and dystonia.
Are You Living with Parkinson’s Disease?
The physical therapists at Baylife PT & Rehab, Quality Performance Rehab, Back In Action PT, and Florida PTI are specialized in the treatment of patients who suffer from movement difficulties, either due to an injury or ailment surrounding the nervous system.
Our specialists will assess your situation and develop the best plan of care for your needs.
The goal of physical therapy for neurological disorders is to restore as much function as possible, in order to help you regain independence and move freely.
We can help you find comfort in the fact that you will be receiving treatment from experts in the field.
For more information on how our Florida physical therapy services can benefit you and help you reclaim your life, request an appointment today!
Get Started on a Path to Recovery
At Baylife PT & Rehab, Quality Performance Rehab, Back In Action PT, and Florida PTI, we’ve helped many others recover from Parkinson’s Disease with our LSVT Big® program. LSVT Big® uses a large amplitude training (also known as Be BIG!) in order to elicit improved and healthy movement as a new normal for patients. If you are in Florida or the surrounding area and need immediate pain relief, request an appointment with rehabilitation today. Let our trained physical therapists help you feel your best again.
Baylife PT & Rehab, Quality Performance Rehab, Back In Action PT, and Florida PTI is here to help. Our Florida physical therapy services can benefit you and help you reclaim your life. Get started on the path toward recovery and relief.
For more information, contact us at Florida centers.