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THE GOLD-STANDARD FOR PARKINSON’S DISEASE MOVEMENT THERAPY   Neuroplasticity—the brain's ability to form new connections is the foundation for the treatment of LSVT BIG® . LSVT® is a treatment approach for people with Parkinson’s disease that addresses the cognitive aspects of the disease, leading to significant improvements in function, balance, and gait.  Patients are given specific exercises involving large amplitude and exaggerated movement patterns. Research conducted by the National Institutes of Health reveal that this therapy leads to smoother, larger, and safer movements as well as improved quality of life. High intensity exercises is also shown to delay the progress of falling dopamine levels in the body.  Dr. Stromquist, PT, DPT, is one, if not the only physical therapist in the Atlanta area providing LSVT BIG® in the home. This greatly eases the burden of getting to and from a clinic near daily, and also provides privacy, and real-life settings to tackle challenges. Treatments delivered by LSVT®-certified clinicians consist of the following:  Four LSVT-BIG® sessions a week, for four consecutive weeks (16 LSVT visits).  A thorough evaluation and discharge session, one prior and one following the 16 LSVT® visits.  Individual one-hour treatment sessions.  Daily homework practice (all 30 days of the month).  Daily carryover assignments (all 30 days of the month).  An option to taper off into maintenance visits to ensure follow-through.  This treatment is ideal for anyone who has been diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease, whether you have been living with this condition for years, or been recently diagnosed. To learn more about the history of LSVT Global® click  here . Click below to schedule your consultation with our LSVT® -certified clinician.

THE GOLD-STANDARD FOR PARKINSON’S DISEASE MOVEMENT THERAPY

Neuroplasticity—the brain's ability to form new connections is the foundation for the treatment of LSVT BIG® . LSVT® is a treatment approach for people with Parkinson’s disease that addresses the cognitive aspects of the disease, leading to significant improvements in function, balance, and gait.

Patients are given specific exercises involving large amplitude and exaggerated movement patterns. Research conducted by the National Institutes of Health reveal that this therapy leads to smoother, larger, and safer movements as well as improved quality of life. High intensity exercises is also shown to delay the progress of falling dopamine levels in the body.

Dr. Stromquist, PT, DPT, is one, if not the only physical therapist in the Atlanta area providing LSVT BIG® in the home. This greatly eases the burden of getting to and from a clinic near daily, and also provides privacy, and real-life settings to tackle challenges. Treatments delivered by LSVT®-certified clinicians consist of the following:

Four LSVT-BIG® sessions a week, for four consecutive weeks (16 LSVT visits).

A thorough evaluation and discharge session, one prior and one following the 16 LSVT® visits.

Individual one-hour treatment sessions.

Daily homework practice (all 30 days of the month).

Daily carryover assignments (all 30 days of the month).

An option to taper off into maintenance visits to ensure follow-through.

This treatment is ideal for anyone who has been diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease, whether you have been living with this condition for years, or been recently diagnosed. To learn more about the history of LSVT Global® click here. Click below to schedule your consultation with our LSVT® -certified clinician.

NEUROLOGICAL, ORTHOPEDIC, & VESTIBULAR REHABILITATION    We provide rehabilitation for a wide variety of diagnosis, including but not limited to:   Dizziness of Non-Central Origins  Vestibular Hypofunction  Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)  Falls  Alzheimers or Dementia  Weakness  Back Rehabilitation  Transfer Training Patient and / or Caregiver Education  Home Modifications or Equipment Recommendations  Pain and Condition Management  Cervicogenic Headache  Pre or Post Surgery Rehab   EQUIPMENT WE MAY BRING:   Stationary Elliptical  Massage Table  Shoulder Pulley  TENS / EMS / Micro-current  Micro-current  Weights (ankle, dumbbells, kettlebells, barbells)  Elastic Exercise Bands  Kinesiotape  Balance Disk,  Bosu Ball   Swiss Ball  Hot & Cold Therapy,  Game Ready    Cupping Therapy    Dry Needles   IASTM Tools

NEUROLOGICAL, ORTHOPEDIC, & VESTIBULAR REHABILITATION

We provide rehabilitation for a wide variety of diagnosis, including but not limited to:

Dizziness of Non-Central Origins

Vestibular Hypofunction

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)

Falls

Alzheimers or Dementia

Weakness

Back Rehabilitation

Transfer Training Patient and / or Caregiver Education

Home Modifications or Equipment Recommendations

Pain and Condition Management

Cervicogenic Headache

Pre or Post Surgery Rehab

EQUIPMENT WE MAY BRING:

Stationary Elliptical

Massage Table

Shoulder Pulley

TENS / EMS / Micro-current

Micro-current

Weights (ankle, dumbbells, kettlebells, barbells)

Elastic Exercise Bands

Kinesiotape

Balance Disk, Bosu Ball

Swiss Ball

Hot & Cold Therapy, Game Ready

Cupping Therapy

Dry Needles

IASTM Tools

PHYSICAL THERAPY IN THE POOL   Almost everyone can benefit from aquatic therapy or and those with specific injuries or conditions will also see even greater results. These conditions include, but are not limited to: arthritis, fractures, joint sprains, torn ligaments, sports injuries, knee/hip replacement, muscle spasms, back or neck pain, walking or balance issues, Parkinson’s disease, osteoporosis, stroke and lymphedema. The unique benefits of the pool include relaxation, resistance, buoyancy, and hydrostatic pressure which can decrease swelling .  Aquatic therapy is not for everyone; individuals with cardiac disease, fevers, incontinence or infections should avoid aquatic therapy.

PHYSICAL THERAPY IN THE POOL

Almost everyone can benefit from aquatic therapy or and those with specific injuries or conditions will also see even greater results. These conditions include, but are not limited to: arthritis, fractures, joint sprains, torn ligaments, sports injuries, knee/hip replacement, muscle spasms, back or neck pain, walking or balance issues, Parkinson’s disease, osteoporosis, stroke and lymphedema. The unique benefits of the pool include relaxation, resistance, buoyancy, and hydrostatic pressure which can decrease swelling .

Aquatic therapy is not for everyone; individuals with cardiac disease, fevers, incontinence or infections should avoid aquatic therapy.