In-Home Physical Therapy For Parkinson's

Parkinson's PT Specialists In Phoenix

Parkinsons Physical Therapy
One of the most effective things you can do to slow the progression of Parkinsons is physical therapy. One of the most exciting new findings is that not only can physical therapy slow the progression, but often it can even improve your mobility, quality of life and disease severity! When you work with us, we’ll design easy to follow routines which help you stay safe, choose the right type of exercise, the right intensity, frequency, and duration.

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I have so many great things to say about Tony. He is a deeply kind, caring, skilled, and dedicated therapist unlike any other my family has encountered. In the wake of covid isolation and other health issues my elderly mother had become physically weak and emotionally depleted. Tony working with my mother has done so much for her physical and emotional health it is hard to describe. We are so grateful for all of his care. He has helped my mother regain physical confidence and lifted her spirits. Tony is a truly unique therapist and I whole heartily recommend him. He will impress you.

Robert H.

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Benefits of Physical Therapy for Parkinson's

  • Longer health span 
  • Increased balance and stability 
  • Decreased pain
  • Greater mobility around the house 
  • Better posture
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Parkinsons Q&A

How does physical therapy help patients with Parkinson’s disease

Physical therapy can help you develop additional strength and coordination to combat shaky movements. It can restore mobility to tight muscles. It can help you stay as mobile as possible for as long as possible. Maybe most importantly, physical therapy puts you in the driver's seat, feeling able to take charge of your illness rather than feeling helpless. 

What type of exercises are best for Parkinson’s disease? 

  • Aerobic exercise like walking, biking, and aqua aerobics.
  • Strength training, particularly focused on the muscles that help you stand straight and extend your body.
  • Flexibility training for all the major muscles.
  • Balance and agility training through dancing, gardening, golfing, shadow boxing, tai chi, yoga, or pilates.

Can exercise reverse Parkinson’s?

Although there is no known way to cure or stop Parkinson’s, physical therapy can reverse the symptoms and improve your overall quality of life.

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