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Balance Exercises for Parkinson’s Patients
We know that balance issues are a major problem for Parkinson's patients. Parkinson's effects the basal ganglia, which is a part of the brain that is specific to balance. Balance is then assigned to another part of the brain to compensate, an area used for thinking. But unfortunately this part of the brain, the frontal cortex can not automatically correct balance. This creates the need to pay more attention to how they walk and move around in the community. Teaching them to take larger steps while walking and learning to stand on one foot and more specific balance activities can decrease their fall risks significantly.
Rock Steady Boxing at Advance Fitness has developed a highly effective program that can improve your balance. Although exercise cannot completely cure Parkinson’s disease, it can surely help enhance the quality of life of patients.
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Improving balance and strength
Benefits of Balance Exercises
Rock Steady Boxing at Advance Fitness helps Parkinson’s patients regain control of their life with a wide range of exercises.
Our balance exercise aims to improve balance and increase lower body strength. Balance exercises are particularly important to reduce the risk of falls by improving the way a body can adjust and maintain position.
No matter your current level of fitness or age, balance exercises can strengthen your body, mind and improve your life as a Parkinson’s disease patient.
Reducing risks of falls through balance exercises