I know he has recovered just enough arm swing with the new form of buffered creatine monohydrate that he can walk at a slow pace but with a normal balanced stride, shifting his weight from side to side, using his shoulders to propel himself forward (that's Walk Forward) He has to be reminded in the early morning, when he wakes from a nap and in the evening but sometimes he can let himself relax enough to walk without anxiety. That makes my heart sing.
|Watch those stairs|
On 3/06/12 The Parkinson's Disease Foundation presented an Expert Briefing, A Closer Look at Anxiety and Depression in Parkinson's Disease led by Dr Laura Marsh. The archived webinar/podcast is now available at PDF. Listen rapidly as Dr Marsh covered a lot of material in a short period of time. I plan to listen again.
Anxiety disorders in Parkinson's disease: prevalence and risk factors