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Neck and shoulder stiffness : Parkinson's

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#1 teokimhoe


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Posted 18 October 2007 - 05:00 PM

Neck and shoulder stiffness are the first syndrome of parkinson's.

Besides doing neck and shoulders stretching and arims swinging, walk upright and stablise your posture water treatment is another good for your body bad postures.

Be accompanied by your helper go down yourself surface of 3 feets deep of water (pool, lake or stream) to massage your body stiffness and ridigity.

This must work closely with doctor, physiotherapist or health care when devising your own exercise program.


to help the PD patients aware the diseases and encourage to set up support groups to educate the patients and their immediate families

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