The more you know about Parkinson's, the better you will be at controlling it. You are not the first one going down this road.
Here is the information you need to live a happy full life despite Parkinson's.
How to get "unfrozen".
How to roll-ever easier.
Why am I light-headed when I stand up?
Dealing with Depression.
Part 1 of my interview with Speech Therapist Liz Robinson.
You have probably heard about "The Loud Program" for people with Parkinson's disease. This sounds like a presentation with a sound equipment problem. Liz explains what LSVT Loud is and who it can benefit.
are a few things you should NOT do as part of your voice training. Talk loudly, but how loud is too loud? You might even be doing one of them while boxing or exercising!
Exercise helps people with Parkinson’s. But what does it help?
Dr. Tolleson tells us the biggest improvements he sees from his Parkinson’s patients who exercise regularly. It’s big.
This is an excerpt from my interview with Dr. Christopher Tolleson, Movement Disorder Specialist and Director of the University of Tennessee Medical Center's Cole Center for Parkinson's and Movement Disorders.
Part 2 of my interview with Speech Therapist Liz Robinson.
Parkinson's disease can affect your voice but there are exercises you can be doing to help it. But there are a few things you should NOT do as part of your voice training. Talk loudly, but how loud is too loud? You might even be doing one of them while boxing or exercising!
To contact Liz for online speech therapy programs or a free 15 minute consult, go to https://teletn.com/.
A common but strange symptom of Parkinson's disease is called "Coat Hanger Neck Pain" - a searing pain radiating down from your head into your shoulders.
What is this? What causes it? How can you prevent it?
Check it out.
With everyone sitting at home, sitting in front of their computers and sitting in front of the TV, there is a lot more sitting than normal. And so, posture is becoming a big topic. This has always been important for people fighting Parkinson's. Here are a couple of things you can do EVERY DAY to help your posture make you strong, tall and awesome again.