Seated PWR! Twist - Seatbelt
Putting on your seatbelt is something many people do multiple times a day. However, Parkinson's can reduce your mobility, making this a difficult task. Follow along with Olivia as she uses the seated PWR! Twist to help reduce rigidity and complete this every day task.
Hello, I'm Olivia. I'm a student physical therapist and I want to talk about the seated PWR! Twist today. So here's what the move looks like. And it's beneficial in our daily lives because they're things that we do that requires this amount of twisting, like reaching for our seatbelt, and pulling it across really getting all of that twist in. And it can also help with decreasing your rigidity and other things in your daily life.
Amy Holthaus, PT, DPT Parkinson Disease Exercise Specialist
About the Author
Amy is joining the PWR! team all the way from the small town of Fort Loramie, Ohio. She graduated from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Health Science in 2018 and a Doctor of Physical Therapy with an Interdisciplinary Specialization in Global Health from The Ohio State University in 2021. Amy completed her final clinical experience at the PWR!Gym and found the experience so fulfilling that she accepted a full-time position as a physical therapist upon graduation. In her free time, Amy enjoys hiking, biking, running, and spending time with her friends and family, especially her niece and nephew!
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