Exercise is good for your health. That goes for people with Parkinson’s disease, too. Those who exercises at least 2.5 hours a week had a better quality of life than those who either didn’t exercise or started exercising later, according to the Parkinson’s Outcomes Project, the largest clinical study ever on the disease.
Want to learn more?
Dr. Elena Bortan, a neurologist with the David & Rhoda Chase Family Movement Disorders Center, part of Hartford HealthCares Ayer Neuroscience Institute, will host a presentation on exercise and Parkinson’s disease at the Walk to Wellness Sept, 3 at 8:30 am at the Westfarms Rest and Relaxation Lounge (Lower Level of Westfarms mall near Nordstrom).
Here’s the schedule:
8:30-9 am: Presentation
9-9:30 am: Breakfast at California Pizza Kitchen