Parkinson’s is a neurodegenerative disorder that progresses over time. This disease targets the area of the brain related to the production of dopamine; the chemical messengers that influence movement, behavior, and memory. When particular cells in the brain stop producing dopamine, this can affect balance, movement, speech, and concentration in a negative way.
Whether your goal is to relieve neck or back pain, prevent migraines, correct posture, rehabilitate post-surgery, or improve aerobic mobility, physical therapy offers a tailored approach to targeting your individual strength and physical needs.
Patients are able to experience changes in their condition by engaging in a minimally invasive personalized program.
In this article, we will review 5 of the most common conditions that physical therapy can improve.