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Therapy is an important component in the management of Parkinson’s Disease.
Physical Therapy can help compensate for the changes that occur with PD. Physical therapists help can help patients maintain an active life, ease of movement, and independence.
Occupational Therapy can help patients stay active and independent in daily life. An occupational therapist can help teach skills so that everyday activities are easier to perform.
Speech Therapy can help with difficulty talking and swallowing due to the weakening of the voice box, throat, roof of the mouth, tongue, and lips. Speech therapists help PD patients maintain as many communication skills as possible.
Click on your city to find physical, occupational, and speech therapy providers near you.
Many clinics and services are closing to help contain the spread of COVID-19 and keep our community safe. Therapists are working hard to adjust services by offering in home sessions, telehealth sessions, and more. Contact your local therapy provider to learn more.
Don’t see your city? Please let us know what you need. We are always seeking to expand our reach and develop programs to benefit the Nebraska Parkinson’s community across the state.
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