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    • #20106
      Ally
      Keymaster

      Is your physiotherapy really working? Could it be more effective with a few tweaks?

      A new study on a state of the art digital technology that targets different brain areas during specific physiotherapy strategies hopes to find out.

      You can learn more about this project by listening to this flash briefing.

      How often do you do physiotherapy? Does physiotherapy make any difference in your ability to walk or other PD symptoms?

    • #20113
      Charles Schiller
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      Yes, I think it certainly is helping. I go twice a week, one hour each time. I work with weights, stretching and resistance and balance training. I’m early stage, biggest problem is balance, but also my mind is slower and I have issues sleeping well. I’m 78, widower, live alone, so have to be fully self sufficient. I do have a beeper and my cellphone should I fall and be unable to get up.

      • #20118
        Ally
        Keymaster

        Thank you for sharing, Charles! It’s great to hear that physio is having a positive impact on your symptoms.

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