Bethany Clark, wellness director for Good Samaritan Society – Mountain Home, is passionate about helping folks work through their Parkinson’s disease symptoms.
Parkinson’s disease: Drums Alive program sparks quick results
This story is part of an ongoing educational series presented by the Good Samaritan Society addressing Parkinson's disease and those who live with it.
She coordinates the Drums Alive class, which is a music therapy program.
The results of this program are quick and measurable.
Watch the video below to see Drums Alive in action.
Drums Alive — Golden Beats can help:
- Improve cardiovascular health
- Increase concentration and memory
- Combat obesity
- Boost the immune system
- Increase range of motion
- Help stress management
- Decrease blood pressure
- Strengthen bones and muscles
- Promote alpha brain wave production
- Reduce the risk of general dementia
- Increase coordination and balance
- Encourage socialization