Dancing for Parkinson’s Disease members, shown in the photo above dancing with another group, often experience improvement in endurance, balance and motor control, members say. The group will perform at New College of Florida on Saturday.
Dancing for Parkinson’s Disease members, shown in the photo above dancing with another group, often experience improvement in endurance, balance and motor control, members say. The group will perform at New College of Florida on Saturday. Provided photo
Dancing for Parkinson’s Disease members, shown in the photo above dancing with another group, often experience improvement in endurance, balance and motor control, members say. The group will perform at New College of Florida on Saturday. Provided photo

Dance for Parkinson’s dancers to perform at New College

April 19, 2017 05:14 PM

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