Exercise and movement therapy can help people with Parkinson's disease

Mr Michael Pang picked up a table-tennis racket and started playing five times a week with family after he was diagnosed with Parkinson's. ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
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SINGAPORE - Mr Michael Pang, 76, took up table tennis after being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease five years ago.

Mr Yong Lek Kiong, 68, walks and stretches for more than two hours a day to counteract the muscle stiffness and balance issues that come from progression of the same disease.

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