A Journey with Parkinson's: Riding to Recovery
Vivian Branschofsky didn’t let being diagnosed with Parkinson’s at age 47 slow her down. In fact, she found herself more active than ever, skiing, hiking, gardening—even playing volleyball. And several years later when she found out she needed a total knee replacement, she knew she had to work to actively recover and get back to doing what she loves.
She turned to RAD-Innovations and the BerkelBike Pro for its ability to keep her knee passively moving while handcycling both outdoors and mounted to an indoor stationary trainer.