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Parkinson's Wellness Program


At AIM Neuro Rehab, we are excited to offer weekly wellness classes for individuals with Parkinson's Disease. These classes will provide individuals at all stages of the disease with the ability to utilize movement as medicine in a group setting. Our goal is to not only provide exercise, but opportunities to connect, share, and grow together to live a more fulfilled life.

Contact our clinic for scheduling and pricing. 

The Program

Our wellness program not only provides an exercise based solution but utilizes a holistic approach to enable individuals with Parkinson's Disease to thrive in their daily lives.

Our program includes the following:

  • Therapist led weekly exercise classes

    • Aerobic activity

    • Strengthening

    • Balance exercises​

    • Stretching

    • Dual-tasking

  • Educational resources 

  • Nutritional education provided by a registered dietitian 

  • Opportunities to learn from a clinical psychologist

  •  Check-ins to monitor symptoms 

Is wellness right for me?

Whether you have been newly diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease or living with it for years, exercise is an essential lifestyle change. Our clinic offers multiple programs to support individuals. 

Wellness Program​

  • Looking to maintain your current level of function and slow the rate of progression of the disease

  • Looking to connect with other individuals in your community who are living with Parkinson's Disease

Skilled Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy Programs

  • Recently noticed changes that have impacted your life

  • Looking for 1:1 skilled care from a neuro specialized therapist to regain function and independence ​

AIM Team

Evidence Based

  • Based on The Parkinson's Foundation Outcomes Project, "people with PD who start exercising earlier in their disease course for a minimum of 2.5 hours per week experienced a slowed decline in quality of life compared to those who start later. Establishing early exercise habits is essential to overall disease management". 

  • According to a recent 2024 study published in NPJ Parkinson's Disease, individuals who adhered to a 6 month intensive exercise program demonstrated an increase in dopamine transporter within the basal ganglia suggesting improved functionality in available neurons after exercise. 

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