Parkinson’s, Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis and other Neurological Disorders Exercise Program

Neurological disorders are disorders that adversely affect the central nervous system include tremor, immobility, weakness, lack of coordination and/or balance, gait difficulties, slurring of speech, blurred or double vision, bowel and bladder dysfunction, vertigo, numbness and/or tingling in the extremities and heat intolerance. MS has better outcomes for those who exercise as they have better mobility, cognitive functions, sensory integration, energy, mood and attitude than those who do not exercise. Science shows that the combination of movement, breathing exercise, and concentrated effort have positive influences on health. Exercise has proven to improve muscle tone and strength, cardiovascular health, and stimulate brain nerve growth. By strengthening the nervous system, mental alertness, coordination, circulation, energy, flexibility and general mobility are improved.

Our Trainers will design an appropriate exercise program that meets individual needs. For more information on how to schedule this highly effective low intensity exercise program, go to Information form.