Physical Therapy Video: Posture exercises for Parkinson's Disease

Physical Therapy Video: Posture exercises for Parkinson's Disease

Front Row with Ed and Elizabeth 71,876 views 2016-04-06

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Title Physical Therapy Video: Posture exercises for Parkinson's Disease
Duration 05:58
Source YouTube
Tags Parkinson's disease, exercises for parkinson's disease, posture, thoracic kyphosis, chin tucks, shoulder strengthening, chest openers, old, arthritis, poor posture, sad, depressed, care giver, care, muscle, pain, shoulder, shoulder blade, physical therapy video, neurological disease, help with parkinsons, strength, swelling, falling, tranfers, falling out of bed, pedalling for parkinsons, exercise, injury, AARP, retired, stroke, transfer, caregiver

For additional resources on Parkinson's Disease including books, trigger point tools, foam rollers Parkinson's Disease is a neurological disease that presents most often with tremors, stooped posture, rigidity, slowness of movement, and loss of flexibility. However, with daily consistent exercises, you can improve your posture. Learn 3 exercises that are easy to do and can improve your posture. Interested in additional shoulder exercises and treatment tips? Find out more at https://www.exercisesforpainfreelivin... Instantly download a complete shoulder rehab guide for only $4.95 to learn: • How our thoughts and words effect our pain and rate of improvement • Role of posture in shoulder pain • Special section on Frozen Shoulder • Best sleeping position when you have shoulder pain • The importance of belly or diaphragmatic breathing • Exercises to improve posture • Pictures and video of all exercises Let me know if you have any questions, Ed Deboo, Physical Therapist Integrative PT Bellingham, WA 9822

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