Physiotherapy works for those with Parkinson’s

Mar
14

An article published by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy this month suggests that:

“Physiotherapy is essential in the multidisciplinary management of people with Parkinson’s. Advice and education offered in the early stages maintains general fitness, minimises deterioration and promotes self-management. In the later stages, physiotherapy can improve gait, balance, transfers, manual activities and reduce the falls risk.”

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