Theracycle & Parkinson’s Disease

  1. Theracycle & Parkinson’s Disease
  2. Survey Results – August 2018

Survey Results – August 2018

We recently surveyed current Theracycle users and the results are in!

In 2018, we asked our customers to share how Theracycle has impacted their lives and improved their Parkinson’s symptoms. After reading through over 100 responses, we’re thrilled to see so many of our customers have experienced positive changes with their symptoms and in their lives. And we want to bring this transformation to your life, too.

If you or a loved one has Parkinson’s and want to see how Theracycle can impact your life, fill out the contact form or give us a call! Parkinson’s is hard. Theracycle makes it easier.

88% 88% would purchase a Theracycle again.

84% 84% would recommend the Theracycle to someone else with Parkinson’s disease

82% 82% have experienced a reduction in overall rigidity and cramping.

(137 responses; the other 40 participants were not experiencing issues with rigidity and cramping)

80% 80% say their walking, balance, and gait have improved.

(153 responses; the other 24 participants were not experiencing issues with balance and gait)

73% 73% say their overall mood has improved.

(148 responses; the other 29 participants felt that they were already in high spirits.)

64% 64% have experienced a reduction in tremors and involuntary movements.

(129 responses; the other 48 participants were not experiencing tremors and involuntary movements)

63% 63% have experienced a reduction in freezing.

(85 responses; the other 92 participants were not experiencing freezing issues)

66% 66% have experienced a reduction in falling.

(86 responses; the other 91 participants were not experiencing issues with falling)

54% 54% say that their sleep has improved.

(134 responses; the other 43 participants felt that they were already sleeping well)

48% 48% say their ability to perform everyday tasks has improved.

(136 responses; the other 41 participants were not having issues with performing everyday tasks)

40% 40% say that their bowel and bladder function has improved.

(133 responses; the other 44 participants were not experiencing bowel and bladder issues)

28% 28% say that their handwriting has improved.

(142 responses; the other 35 participants were not experiencing handwriting issues)