What can you do when your movement disorder gets you TWISTED UP on the OUTSIDE?
Dystonia may be the reason why your muscles twist in ways that you do not want them to. Dystonia is a disorder that causes involuntary, repetitive, twisting muscle movements. It can occur on its own, or with Parkinson disease.
On August 15, 2019, come learn the following:
- What is dystonia?
- How do I know if I have dystonia?
- How can I treat my dystonia?
- What resources exist for me, if I do have dystonia?
The PWR!Gym’s own Director of Rehabilitative and Exercise Therapies, Catherine Printz, PT, DPT, NCS, will lead the PWR!Gym Wellness Series in an interactive discussion on the details of dystonia, specifically as it relates to Parkinson disease and other types of parkinsonism.
Join an interactive discussion with the PWR!Gym’s own Director of Rehabilitative and Exercise Therapies, Catherine Printz, on the details of dystonia as it relates to Parkinson Disease and other types of parkinsonisms. Dystonia is involuntary, repetitive, twisting muscle movements. Cat specializes in treating movement disorders, atypical parkinsonisms, & dystonias. RSVP to learn more!
About the speaker:
Catherine (Cat) specializes in treating people with movement disorders, including idiopathic Parkinson disease, atypical parkinsonisms, and dystonias. She graduated from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiological Sciences in 2006, and a Doctor of Physical Therapy from The George Washington University in 2009. She is board-certified as a neurologic certified specialist by the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy. She joined the PWR!Gym as a staff physical therapist in 2018, and recently accepted a role as the new Director of Rehabilitative and Exercise Therapies in 2019.