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Parkinson Wellness Recovery | PWR! – Implementing research-based Parkinson specific exercise programs. PWR!Moves GET BETTER and STAY BETTER with Exercise.

Dine Out event April 11th, Join Us!

PWR's next "Dine Out" event will be Tuesday, April 11th from 11 am - 9:30 pmIn order for PWR! to receive a portion of the proceeds, dinersMUST present our flyer to their server.  Outback Steakhouse 4871 E. Grant Road Tucson, AZ 85712Outback has been kind enough … [Read More...]

Everyone Poops…Unless you have Parkinson’s!

People with Parkinson's have a high risk of chronic constipation due to slow and rigid bowel muscles. Lack of dopamine in the brain impairs control of the movement of these muscles. Certain medications can also cause constipation. Symptoms of constipation include straining while on … [Read More...]

PWR! Workshops and Community Talks

PWR! Workshops Improve Parkinson's Awareness with every new Certified Therapist and Certified InstructorEven if PWR! was able to hold multiple retreats a year, we still wouldn't be able to reach the vast number of people who need access to the type of treatment we provide. To … [Read More...]

PWR! Retreat Agenda for 2017 is posted.

  The 2017 Retreat Agenda has been posted. You can review it here.   "PWR! Retreat has given me tools to fight Parkinson's & has changed my perception of my future. I now know that I can live well & long with PD." Susan Foster PWR! Retreat Attendee More … [Read More...]

Updates from Dr. Farley

Dear PWR!Gym Members,It is our intention to change healthcare paradigms for people with Parkinson disease! To do that, we need to validate the benefits of the community-centered, integrated (rehab, fitness, wellness) programming we implement here at the PWR!Gym through research … [Read More...]

Balance and Mobility – April Wellness Series

April Wellness Series: Balance and Mobility April 20, 2017 4:00-5:30 PM Balance can often be a problem for people with Parkinson disease. Join us to hear Dr. Elizabeth Cozzi, Aud and Amiee Guerrero, PT, from Carondelet Neurological Instititue discuss balance issues including: * … [Read More...]


PATH-FRONT-DOORLet your voice be heard!

PWR! has partnered with an amazing group of advocates/organizations to form an initiative to make sustainable PD-specific community-based exercise programs available to all PwPs for life.  Whether you are a PWP, care partner, healthcare professional, friend/family member, or advocate, we need many voices to mobilize the Parkinson’s community to adopt new standards of healthcare.  We hope that you will lend your voice to PATH and share this link with others in the PD community.  

Read our initiative, sign the petition, pass it on, get involved!  All the information you need to do so is in this link.  www.pwr4life.org/path