Monthly Archives: February 2016


Parkinson’s Disease (un)conventional Treatments

Parkinson’s is an incurable disease that many of its symptoms have to do with decreased motor skills. Most common symptoms include tremors, muscle rigidity, imbalance, and slow movement. Since each patient displays a different range and severity of symptoms, the treatment for every PD patient is based on his or her symptoms. Conventional treatments include […]

By |February 24th, 2016|Parkinson|11 Comments

The Physical and Cognitive Benefits of Dancing

Anyone who has seen one of Rafi Eldor’s dance performances was inevitably impressed by the effort dancing requires. While the dancers often seem as if they are floating around the dance-floor, it is evident that in order to execute their moves they have to keep perfect balance, and exercise coordination and muscle strength. As such, […]

By |February 17th, 2016|Dancing|4 Comments