Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is a progressive, neurological disorder that affects the nerve cells in the brain. Common symptoms of Parkinson’s disease include slurred speech, irregular facial expressions, and severe tremors.

Fortunately, physical therapy can help slow the progress of Parkinson’s and provide relief for symptoms. It also helps to improve flexibility and strength by addressing several issues that Parkinson’s disease may cause, including abnormal gait, freezing, and dystonia.

The benefits of neuro therapy and physical therapy

Neuro therapy helps determine the areas that need work, while physical therapy helps those areas improve.

Neuro therapy is a non-invasive treatment method that analyzes brain activity in order to determine how it can be changed to help improve your function.

With neuro therapy, an EEG is used to measure brain activity and create “brain maps.” Physical therapists and neurological therapists work closely together in order to create the best treatment plan possible for each patient.

By participating in physical therapy treatments following a neurological injury, you can improve your function, perform targeted activities, and regain your independence much faster.

Ready to get started on a treatment plan?

If you are suffering from a neurological condition that is limiting you from living the life you want to live, don’t hesitate to contact our Coral Springs, FL physical therapy office today.

At AIM Rehab Services, our physical therapists work closely with neurological experts to provide the best treatment possible for you.

If you request an appointment to meet with one of our dedicated physical therapists, you will find out how we can best manage your symptoms and help you reach your physical goals.

Don’t suffer in silence – find relief today. For more information, Contact Us Today at Coral Springs, FL center to schedule an appointment. 

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