Exercise and Parkinson’s Disease

March 3, 2019

It can cause difficulty standing, walking, and moving—Parkinson’s disease affects more than 10 million patients worldwide. “With Parkinson’s comes decreased drive and motivation. They’ve already been given this diagnosis which is progressive, and they have seen people in the past or people around them that have the diagnosis, and there’s a lot of fear with it,” said Janice Smeigh, a physical therapist with Lee Health.

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