By: Piedmont Wellness Staff
Evan Johnson, M.D., a neurologist at Piedmont Fayette Hospital, firmly believes in the benefits of the Pedaling for Parkinson’s program. He states, “I believe it empowers people with Parkinson’s and can help improve their quality of life.”
Parkinson’s disease, with its unpredictable symptoms and challenges, can leave individuals feeling disempowered. However, Pedaling for Parkinson’s seeks to change that narrative. Driven by the philosophy of empowerment, the program aims to enhance the quality of life for participants. It offers a renewed sense of control and confidence in the face of a progressive neurological disorder.
By embracing the power of cycling, certified instructors at the Piedmont Wellness Center are making a tangible difference in the lives of individuals who seek to reclaim their sense of control and well-being.
Click here to read the full story and discover how this program is not just changing lives but enhancing the quality of life for those battling Parkinson’s.
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