Researchers at the Cleveland Clinic are finding that cycling is helping patients stop the symptoms of Parkinson’s, and can even do something that medicine can’t do.
A new study reveals pedaling a bicycle at a rapid pace can reduce Parkinson’s symptoms by 35 percent.
A New England Journal of Medicine article discussing how cycling offers a useful approach for exercise training in patients with Parkinson’s who are “grounded” by severe freezing of gait.
By Anke H. Snijders, M.D. and Bastiaan R. Bloem, M.D. | N Engl J Med 2010; 362:
Just a few minutes of bicycling creates lasting improvements in motor functions.
A New York Times article about cycling and Parkinson’s disease by Gina Kolata.