ABOUT PD WARRIOR
PD Warrior is an intensive exercise-based program designed to drive neuroplastic change in people with Parkinson’s. Our approach is designed to help people live with Parkinson’s better by improving the way they move – either by increasing their effort, amplitude, dual tasking or a combination of all three.
We offer a progressive training program for all fitness trainers and health professionals. We offer a range of education and training programs to encourage you in your training and to keep up-to-date with the latest developments in Parkinson’s and Exercise
This course has been designed for health professionals with an interest in treating people with Parkinson’s. Learn how to improve function, quality of life and long-term exercise behaviour in people with Parkinson’s disease. This course will give you the foundations to apply the core concepts of this intensive and neuro-active exercise approach immediately in your sessions. Get up-to-date on the latest evidence showing the importance of exercise and why effective prescription is so important.
ABOUT THE COURSE
This course will give you the introductory theoretical and practical skills to apply the key
concepts of this intensive and neuro-active exercise approach immediately in clinical practice.
Level 2 is a practical workshop designed to consolidate knowledge from Level 1 and learn how
to apply it in a clinical context. Level 2 helps you to build on your knowledge of assessment,
exercise prescription and motivational coaching to make a significant difference in people’s
lives. It is ideally suited to Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and Exercise Physiologists
with experience in Parkinson’s.
Level 2 is conducted as an interactive one day PRACTICAL WORKSHOP. Work with your peers
and patient volunteers as you learn to implement a neuroplastic approach.
Eccles St., Dublin 7
24TH February 2023
Saturday 9.00 am - 4.30 pm
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