Let’s Keep Moving With APDA: What Goes Wrong with Balance in Parkinson’s Disease & Can We Change It? Webinar on December 5.
With special guest Daniel Peterson, PhD, and moderated by Dr. Tim Nordahl
Concerned about balance? Wondering why it can be such an issue for people with Parkinson’s disease (PD)? Join us on December 5 at 2:00 pm ET / 11:00 am PT for Let’s Keep Moving With APDA: What Goes Wrong With Balance in Parkinson’s Disease & Can We Change It? to learn the latest research on balance as well as recommendations that can help you prevent falls, enhance mobility, and improve independence with everyday tasks. You will also learn what can go wrong with balance and ways to improve your coordination to gain confidence in your ability to move safely and better navigate your environment.
Tim Nordahl, PT, DPT, a physical therapist from Boston University and the APDA National Rehabilitation Resource Center for Parkinson’s Disease, and special guest, Daniel Peterson, PhD, Associate Professor at Arizona State University, will share their expertise and answer your questions live during the program — so register today to reserve your spot!
Join us and you will learn:
• The definition of “balance” and how balance can go wrong in PD.
• The different types of balance control and how training helps to improve different aspects of balance.
• Tips to help prevent falls, enhance mobility, and improve independence.
• Answer your questions about balance and ways to improve your mobility.
Register today to reserve your spot. And get your questions ready!https://www.apdaparkinson.org/events/lets-keep-moving-with-apda-what-goes-wrong-with-balance-in-parkinsons-disease-can-we-change-it/?eType=EmailBlastContent&eId=081fecff-7b6d-4b4d-821a-c58b9f87fc71