A great awareness piece about Parkinson’s disease that promotes the importance of exercise, including personal perspectives from people living with PD and expert commentary from Dr. Rebecca Gilbert.
Article features recent research conducted by Terry Ellis, PhD, PT (a member of APDA’s Scientific Advisory Board) and others at Boston University about a wearable, soft, robotic device that could help patients with PD walk without experiencing freezing of gait. Includes commentary from Dr. Rebecca Gilbert.
Article about a trial to increase exercise for Hispanic patients mentions the Let’s Keep Moving with APDA web series and APDA partnership. Research conducted by APDA friend and partner, Cristina Colón-Semenza, PhD.
Article highlights the recent awards bestowed on APDA’s ParkinSex project.
Dr. Rebecca Gilbert provides advice for navigating the holidays with PD.
A new study suggests that changes in retinal tissues known to be associated with Parkinson's disease (PD) may occur up to 7 years before clinical symptoms of the disease appear. APDA’s Dr. Rebecca Gilbert comments.
This article aims to guide people through practical ways to adapt a home in order to make it a safe and accessible space for people with PD. Dr. Rebecca Gilbert provides insight and commentary.
Article highlights APDA’s free online course that helps healthcare workers better understand advanced PD and how to best manage the challenges that come with caring for their patients with the disease.
Recent research has found that the body’s immune system may play a role in the development of PD. Dr. Rebecca Gilbert comments.
Ohio is set to join nearly a dozen other states in establishing a Parkinson's Disease registry, as local advocates point to a rise in the number of cases. APDA provides PD insight.