Parkinson’s disease is called a movement disorder because the tremors, stiffening and balance issues it can create for an individual with the disease can make both small and large motor tasks difficult. As the disease progresses, people living with Parkinson’s can have trouble getting around or completing tasks that were once simple, like getting dressed for the day. Their gestures become smaller and slower over time.Read More
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In our Inspira Rehabilitation Vestibular Program, physical therapists with advanced training in vestibular and balance disorders provide treatment to alleviate symptoms of dizziness and vertigo and improve function.