Parkinson Canada

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In Home Trainer - Personal Training For Parkinson's At Home

Categories

Exercise

Area of expertise

Drawing from our extensive experience, we’ve been privileged to assist numerous Parkinson’s patients in the comfort of their own homes. Through personalized in-home training sessions, we’ve witnessed remarkable improvements in our clients’ overall well-being and quality of life. Our tailored approach combines traditional exercise routines with specialized yoga practices, addressing the unique challenges posed by Parkinson’s disease. Over time, we’ve seen significant enhancements in motor function, reduced stiffness and rigidity, improved balance and coordination, and notable relief from symptoms such as tremors and bradykinesia. By fostering a supportive and nurturing environment, we empower our clients to embrace an active lifestyle and achieve their health and fitness goals with confidence.

Description

Our in-home personal training services cater specifically to individuals with Parkinson’s disease, providing convenient workouts in the comfort of their own home. Alongside traditional exercises, we also offer tailored yoga sessions. Exercise has proven to be highly effective in managing Parkinson’s symptoms, with research highlighting its ability to improve motor function, reduce stiffness, enhance balance and coordination, and alleviate symptoms like tremors and bradykinesia.

How to register

Online, Phone or Email

Address

Canada

Phone Number

(888) 905-8724

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