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Are you interested in reducing your PD symptoms, decreasing your reliance on PD medications, and preventing falls? If you answered yes to any of these questions then this is the video for you. Dr. Valerie Johnson, PT, DPT teams up with Dr. Alison Geymer, PT, DPT to discuss the importance of exercise for PD. Enjoy!
The results have been immediate. I feel better (more free in my movements) than I have since my diagnosis and will be discussing dropping one of my medication at my next neurological appointment.
“I want to thank Valerie for her patience. She does her job well because she cares for her patients”
Valerie a just checking in to let you know my recovery has gone extremely well. Thank you for helping restore my balance and strength. You are a miracle worker.
“Valerie, you are the best! You put up with my whining and encouraged me every time. I did my homework because you care so much! I’m still balancing -it’s become a natural routine for me-thanks to every there (360 Balance, Austin, TX). I’ll be back if I need fine tuning.”
Thanks to Dr. Valerie Johnson, I have changed my outlook on life. I can live with Parkinson’s, it will not defeat me…
“I look forward to my sessions with Valerie. The classes are fun but challenging.”
By Brian George How a Physical Therapist specializing in Parkinson’s disease (PD) changed … saved my life as I know it. I was diagnosed with PD a year ago after experiencing symptoms for a couple of years. I...…
By Valerie Johnson, PT, DPT and Chrystal Kafka Is Pilates good for Parkinson’s you ask? The answer is… Sometimes. I’ve teamed up with the wonderful Chrystal Kafka to tackle this Pilates/ PD predicament. She is...…