Parkinson’s disease can be devastating, but some patients are calling a new local center “a blessing” after experiencing a difference with their symptoms, even tremors.
t’s called InMotion, and the Warrensville Heights center is the only one of its kind in the country. While we certainly don’t know when there will be a cure for movement disorders, like Parkinson’s, it seems most patients who go there know they’ll feel better every time they walk out the door.
Michael Bailey did not expect to develop Parkinson’s for his retirement years. He also did not expect to actually start feeling better a few years after his diagnosis.
“It’s affected the tremors, because I have them very seldom now,” said Bailey.
InMotion provides all the non-medical services patients need to give them a new sense of control over their illness and then some, for free. For now, the center is open Wednesday through Friday, offering support groups, exercise, song and dance classes, along with stationary biking.
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