While it’s no secret that exercise can improve strength, flexibility, balance and coordination for everyone, studies show it can help people with Parkinson’s in specific ways, including better gait, balance, and reduced tremor. Learn more in this short, free eBook, Is Exercise the Best At-Home Parkinson’s Treatment?
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Wellthon is working with OhioHealth’s “Delay the Disease” program, an evidence-based exercise program designed to help better control Parkinson’s symptoms. Soon we will be releasing a mobile app that will bring this life-changing program right to your home.
Too few people are aware of the dramatic difference regular, focused exercise can make in improved quality of life and function for people with Parkinson’s. We hope to change that.