Posts Tagged LSVT BIG

Allensbach, Germany – LSVT BIG Training and Certification

LSVT BIG is coming to Allensbach, Germany! Read on to find out all the details.

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Virtual Live LSVT BIG Training and Certification Course

Join us for our virtual Live LSVT BIG Training and Certification Course this December!

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Virtual Live LSVT BIG Training and Certification Course – SOLD OUT!

Join us for our virtual Live LSVT BIG Training and Certification Course this November, hosted by St. Thomas Health!

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Lincoln, NE – LSVT BIG Training and Certification: Transferred to Virtual Live

LSVT BIG is coming to Lincoln, Nebraska! Read on to find out all the details.

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“EXERCISE, EXERCISE, EXERCISE!”

I was prescribed PT, OT, and Speech Therapy. It was there that I was first taught about LSVT BIG and LSVT LOUD. It was there that I also first learned about the importance of exercise and its effect on Parkinson’s.

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“I came to regard exercise as my primary medication.”

Shortly after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2013, my movement disorder specialist suggested LSVT BIG® and LSVT LOUD®. I think having completed the sixteen sessions of both LSVT BIG and LSVT LOUD early on, definitely laid a strong foundation as I came to regard exercise as my primary medication.

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Virtual Live LSVT BIG Training and Certification Course – Europe

Join us for our Virtual Live LSVT LOUD Training and Certification Course – Europe this October!

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Virtual Live LSVT BIG Training and Certification Course – SOLD OUT!

Join us for our Virtual Live LSVT BIG Training and Certification Course this October!

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Virtual Live LSVT BIG Training and Certification Course – Japanese

Join us for our Virtual Live LSVT BIG Training and Certification Course – Japan this October!

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2020 LSVT Global Student Grant Awardees

It is a great honor for LSVT Global to seed future researchers in the fields of speech, physical and occupational therapy. It is our hope that these opportunities will ignite a passion and life-long pursuit of treatment research in these young scholars. Congratulations to all the winners!

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