D' Shared News Bits! www.dunamishc.com email@example.com 908.372.0444 Common knowledge says that exercise is good for the body and mind. How can exercise help people with mobility problems, like those living with Parkinson’s disease (PD)?
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Gait Training Parkinson's Disease Visual Cues. "Many of the motor symptoms that people living with Parkinson’s Disease experience can be primarily attributed to low levels of dopamine in the region of the brain called the Basal Ganglia. This region of the brain is responsible for unconscious rhythmic movement. The most common unconscious rhythmic activity performed by humans is walking, also referred to as gait."
Balance exercises for the elderly are important because one fall can seriously injure the individual and possibly impair them for the rest of their life. As we age, our bones and joints become weaker meaning that injury from small accidents becomes more common and more severe.