What if we could improve walking speed and step length in people with Parkinson’s disease, by inviting them to dance?
In this blog I describe a research paper by Haputhanthirige et al. which addresses the question of whether taking part in a series of dance sessions can improve the way that people with Parkinson’s walk
There is a strong body of evidence suggesting a link between dance and mental wellbeing – such that engaging in dance-based activities can have a positive impact on many different aspects of wellbeing
In January 2021 I was diagnosed with stage 3 bowel cancer. Boom. I had surgery, and now I’m fine. Well… When the surgical team took away my tumour they left behind a large amount of anxiety – which is spreading. I’m currently trying to stop the spread of cancer-related fear and anxiety into my professional life. A cancer diagnosis can trigger a whole load of...