Parkinson’s treatment at Allina's Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute has patients living big and loud

Alyce Kowal (left) a Parkinson’s patient, practices her movements with Physical Therapist Jennifer Hakes as part of LSVT Big and Loud Therapy.

[Anoka County Union, March 18, 2011] With no known cure for Parkinson’s disease, finding the right combination of treatments and therapy can have a huge impact on a patient’s quality of life.

A new therapy for the neurological disease being offered in the north metro is seeing great results, with many Parkinson’s patients experiencing improved mobility and communication after graduating from the program.

Share this article