Parkinson's Disease Rehabilitation

Research shows that consistent exercise is crucial for individuals living with Parkinson’s disease. This evidence supports that progressive resistance cardiovascular exercises along with high-amplitude movements and cognitive activities are neuroprotective for aging individuals and those with neurodegenerative diseases, such as Parkinson’s disease.​

Treatment and Programs

The Recovery Project utilizes a variety of treatment approaches and programs designed specifically to combat the physical, emotional, and cognitive effects of Parkinson’s disease. Our team of experts includes physical, occupational and speech therapists, along with trainers who have advanced certifications in five different specialized programs to treat Parkinson’s disease. Our goal is to provide a lifetime continuum of care not found at any other therapy services provider through our medical and wellness programs in order to assist individuals living with Parkinson’s disease maintain their highest level of function and independence.


PD Therapy Services

LSVT Big and Loud

Evidence-based speech, physical, and occupational therapies for people with Parkinson’s and other conditions. There are specialized programs for speech and body movement.


This is an FDA-approved treatment for dysphagia utilizing neuromuscular electrical stimulation to reeducate the muscles required for swallowing food. This intervention can greatly benefit a patient’s ability to swallow foods and strengthen their vocal cords.


PWR!Moves® is TRP’s exercise-based program designed for all stages of Parkinson’s disease. Individual treatment and classes are research-based and organized into a variety of different intensities to accommodate the specific needs of each individual.

Once therapy is complete, TRP can offer wellness programs designed to maintain and reach your goals long after you're discharged.