Parkinson’s disease

The development of the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease is a consequence of reduced dopamine levels. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that is the basis of information flow between nerve cells.

Long term consequences:
  • slowed movement, starting movement is difficult,
  • sudden changes of direction, standing up, sitting down, and turning become difficult, the freezing phenomenon, which means freezing, is common,
  • movement coordination, balance disorder,
  • rigid muscle,
  • tremor (rest tremor),
  • expressionless face
  • speech disorder, swallowing disorder,
  • mental decline, depression, anxiety.

The conductive education is there to support and guide the patient  in learning how to move in a more optimal way. It helps the patient to correct their movements and provide individual solutions to help solve movements they may find challenging.

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