We help people with Parkinson's who...
Have been discharged from therapy but still want expert help to continue with their exercise program.
Chose the "therapy clinic around the corner", only to find that clinic did not have Parkinson's rehabilitation experts.
Want to have a support team to help them fight the progression of Parkinson's for as long as possible.
Want a team of therapists who believe improvement is possible!
A personal message from Specialist Physical Therapist, Shannon Cobb
Specialist Physical Therapist
Hi, my name is Shannon Cobb and welcome to Dedicated Therapy.
Are your Parkinsons’ symptoms getting you so frustrated that you think your only option is to give up? Maybe your doctor told you that was your only option was medication.
In the next few minutes you are going to discover how someone living with Parkinson’s can combat the progression of the disease and possibly even improve.
At this point, you think that the physical symptoms from your Parkinson’s disease are just something you have to live with…but secretly you hope that you can get moving better and more confidently. It’s not fun having trouble with daily things like buttoning buttons, or worrying about falling when you are out and about enjoying all that our area has to offer.
We've put together a Free Guide showing you 7 Things You Should Know about Parkinson’s Disease…but Haven’t Been Told. Inside you'll find…
Who should you have on your team for the best success
When should you start exercising
What type of exercise is best for you
Just enter your first name, your email address and click the “Yes! I Want The Free Guide button below and you'll instantly receive the Free Guide by email.
You'll receive all the information that shows you what you can start to do right now to take control of your life with Parkinson’s Disease ..
I work with people ages 40-80 just like you to live better with Parkinson’s Disease. What I can tell you is that they did not have the support they were looking for until they started with Dedicated Therapy.
Why? Because, many times, people with Parkinson’s Disease are not told that there is exercise proven to help with the symptoms of Parkinson’s. Or, they do get to see a Physical Therapist, but they have trouble keeping going after they are discharged.
I know so many people who have just accepted that their symptoms will continue to get worse. This does NOT have to be you! My Free Guide will explain why you should have hope that you can live a life with less physical symptoms from Parkinson’s.
Inside you’ll find 7 Things You Should Know about Parkinson’s Disease…but Haven’t Been Told.
This Guide is perfect for you if…
You are living with Parkinson’s but feel that you could be living better and are looking for who can help you on this journey.
If your Parkinson’s Symptoms are keeping you from doing daily tasks on you own, going out around town because you fatigue or are afraid of falling, or you just feel like you could be better than you are right now, then you need to take a few minutes to read this Guide.
This Guide is NOT for you if you're content to live with the symptoms of Parkinson's, don't want to take an active role in combating the disease progression, or….
What would your life look like in a few months you felt more energy, were able to do your daily tasks with more ease, felt like you had a way to be an active part of fighting the progression of your Parkinson’s symptoms?
So go ahead... enter your first name, your email address and click “Yes! I Want My Free Guide” button to instantly receive the Free Report by email.
There’s not catch…I’m doing this because I believe that people living with Parkinson’s need support and services beyond medication and typical therapy. All you have to do is enter your information and I’ll send it to you immediately.
Wishing You The Best,
What are others saying about Dedicated Therapy
Steve P. (Person with Parkinson's Disease)- Greenville, SC
“I want to thank (the staff at Dedicated Therapy) for the great physical therapy program. I was most impressed with the individual, one-on-one service you provided. Every visit was a pleasure and I appreciate the time you took explaining everything you were doing and recommending”
Gloria (Person with Parkinson's Disease)- Greenville, SC
In September 2019 at age 72, I was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease. The only thing I could think of was why me? What are the symptoms and how did my doctor miss them? My mind went blank and I couldn't concentrate on what the neurologist was trying to explain to me. I finally told her I would have to read up on the disease and then decide what therapy would be best for me.
After research and evaluation, in January I decided to work with Dedicated Therapy. They were concerned about my feelings, self esteem and what we could do to maintain my quality of life. They were willing to work with me one-on-one to prepare me for the different classes that are available. I couldn't have made a better decision. My posture is much better, balance is more controlled and I look forward to socializing with the group and my therapist, Leslie. I am confident that God and I will minimize the progressing of Parkinson's as long as I believe.
I highly recommend Dedicated Therapy if you are looking for a therapist who is concerned about you and your illness, quality of life, independence and mobility.
S.A. (Person with Parkinson's Disease)- Anderson, SC
““Dedicated Therapy” - They named this group correctly! Shannon,Leslie and Becky are fully dedicated to providing physical therapy for their patients. Working with this staff for over a year has diminished the effects from my Parkinson diagnosis. They provide Physical, Emotional and Educational support in a group or one-on-one sessions.
Now that live classes are provided on line, I save the time driving from my home in Anderson.
Without reservation I recommend these professionals for anyone needing a team of dedicated and caring Physical Therapists.