PSC creates new Physical Activity and Parkinson’s Disease resource

Parkinson Society Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, has created a new Physical Activity and Parkinson’s Disease tip sheet that explains why aerobic, strengthening, flexibility and balance activities are important in Parkinson’s and gives examples of activities within each category. It also includes a handy log to help you stay on track with your physical activity routines.

For more information about physical activity and exercise, see Exercise.

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