Pucks for Parkinson's

Pucks for Parkinson’s – Scott Carlisle

Scott Carlisle was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease 5-1/2 years ago. Playing hockey is an activity helps him with movement and balance. He and his brother Royce started the Pucks for Parkinson’s Foundation in Ames, Iowa, to raise money for PD research, and promote awareness for the importance of exercise and physical activity, such as hockey, to improve Parkinson's symptoms: https://whotv.com/2019/05/31/man-uses-hockey-to-help-others-with-parkinsons-disease/ https://kdsm17.com/news/local/solace-on-the-ice-urbandale-man-living-with-parkinsons-calls-hockey-his-best-medicine ...
June 2, 2019 - Parkinson's Weekly Update

June 2, 2019 – Parkinson’s Weekly Update

Weekly Update - Highlights include: World Parkinson Congress 2019 heads to Kyoto, Japan for the epic battle of "Parkinson's Disease vs. Chopsticks - Will We Go Home Hungry?"; focused ultrasound and PD; NIH awards $3 million grant for 5-year PD exercise study; deteriorating financial skills, dementia and brain plaques; hockey pucks for Parkinson's; inspiring people with PD; how DBS changes lives for the better; does PD cause low testosterone or is it something else; PD exercise programs in the news and more ...
May 26, 2019 - Parkinson's Weekly Update

May 26, 2019 – Parkinson’s Weekly Update

Weekly Update - Highlights include: Looking ahead to World Parkinson Congress 2019 and back at WPC2016; a vacuum cleaner analogy that sucks; Help Wanted (for this website); dyskinesias Dancing; Losing your grip (and where to look for it); don't take CBD Oil to Disney; pick your PD therapy - hockey or karate; research study says strength training makes you breathe hard; Kirk Gibson; Olympic dreams for PD skier; reducing dementia risk; and more ...