Expert Video - Can exercise help with Parkinson’s disease?

Expert neurologists describe the numerous benefits of exercise for Parkinson’s disease (PD). Research has shown that exercise can boost dopamine levels and can help improve many PD symptoms such as balance, mobility, and motor coordination. Exercise is also an important way to remain socially engaged.

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