Keep on moving!
To never stop. That’s the best way to contradict Parkinson’s, at least that’s what a great number of patients tell us.
With this in mind, we got busy filming specialized workout sessions, hosted by a Parkinson’s therapist. Don’t feel intimidated, we promise it will be pure, straight-forward fun.
But that’s not all of it! We carried on preparing dance tutorials that will get you moving to different sounds. And it doesn’t even matter if you miss a step or two, as long as you have a great laugh. Repeat after me: keep it on!
We are not standing still!
Keep an eye out for new exercise videos, we are working hard on them right now.
Josefa Domingos is a physiotherapist specialising in Parkinson’s disease with 15 years of experience working exclusively with people with Parkinson’s and other movement disorders. As an educator, clinician and researcher, she is currently finishing her PhD on Practicalities of Community Exercise in Parkinson’s Disease at Radboud University Centre (The Netherlands), under the supervision of Professor Bas Bloem. She is also currently the National Health Coordinator of the Portuguese Parkinson Patient Association (APDPk), a Board member of the European Parkinson’s Disease Association (EPDA) and coordinator of the rehabilitation working group of the Portuguese Movement Disorder Society (SPDMov).
John M Dean, M.A., CCC-SLP is a speech language pathologist specialising in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease and related disorders since 2007. In addition to ongoing clinical work, he has been involved in numerous Parkinson’s-related projects, including developing networks of interdisciplinary Parkinson’s rehab teams for a national healthcare company in the US; founding award-winning start-ups that build technologies for people living with Parkinson’s; and working for a time as Director of Healthcare Strategy and Technology at the Davis Phinney Foundation, an international Parkinson’s non-profit organisation. He currently leads Triad Health AI, a start-up focused on delivering dual task exercise using smart speakers.
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