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COLLEEN CANNING's name is associated with the following businesses:

Colleen Canning
Parksville, British Columbia

Colleen Canning Witwicki
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Colleen Cannington
Millburg, Michigan
Company: Asuure Assist

Colleen Koning
Frederick, Maryland

Colleen Gunning

Company: Augsburg College

Colleen Gunning
Southbury, Connecticut

Colleen Canning
Head of Discipline, Physiotherapy University Of Sydney New South Wales

Colleen Canning
Manager Vasona California

Colleen Canning
Global Sales Excellence Leader 3M Company Saint Paul, Minnesota

Colleen Canning
Assistant Vice President, ACE Medical Risk Ace Group New York City, New York

Colleen Canning
Med Transcriptionist II ARUP Laboratories Inc Utah

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Exercise for falls prevention in Parkinson disease - NCBI - NIH

Colleen Canning contributed to the conception and design of the trial, analyzed and interpreted the data, drafted the manuscript, and revised the manuscript for important intellectual content. Catherine Sherrington contributed to the conception and design of the trial, interpreted the data, and revised the manuscript for ...


Exercise for falls prevention in Parkinson disease: a randomized ...

Dec 31, 2014 ... ... and Movement Disorders Unit (V.S.C.F.), Department of Neurology, Westmead Hospital, Sydney, Australia. [email protected] (2)From the Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences Research Group, Faculty of Health Sciences (C.G.C., N.E.A., S.M.M., S.D.O., J.S.), The George Institute for Global ...


Parkinson's Disease - NSW Health - Active and Healthy

Research shows that regular exercise improves mobility in people with Parkinson's disease. In particular, it appears that balance exercises (including tai chi) and leg muscle strengthening exercises are important in reducing risk of falling, especially in the early stages of the disease. If you have experienced repeated falls or ...


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