Welcome to Invigorate Physical Therapy and Wellness! I’m Sarah King


– Hey there, welcome
to my YouTube channel. I am so thrilled you’re here. My name is Sara King. I am a ridiculously passionate Parkinson’s physical therapist and owner of Invigorate
Physical Therapy & Wellness here in Austin, Texas. I want you to know that
I believe in two things. Number one, is that
Parkinson’s does not define you or the life that you live. While Parkinson’s can be
incredibly frustrating and unpredictable at
times, you have the power to rewrite your story and
determine the direction of your Parkinson’s journey going forward. Number two, my role is
to be an encouraging and empowering coach along your journey and this channel is an
extension of that energy. Whether you’re days, months
or years along your journey, my intention, while you’re here, is this, to empower you with a plan of attack that clearly outlines how to move forward on a daily basis with confidence and support you along the way. So, if you’re completely
ready to reexamine the way that you’ve been taught to look at your Parkinson’s diagnosis, go ahead and hit that red
subscribe button and the bell, so that you’re notified
of when I post new videos which I do about every other week. For a more personal interaction with me, you can head over to my website and subscribe to my email newsletter because all of the good
stuff is going on there. And I’ll put that link in the
description below this video. And finally, before you
go, make sure to comment in the comment section below to say hello and share with me where you
are on your Parkinson’s journey and what you’re looking forward to learning from this channel. So until I catch you in the next video, as always keep moving and I’m sending you lots and lots of big hugs. Bye.

8 thoughts on “Welcome to Invigorate Physical Therapy and Wellness! I’m Sarah King

  1. Thanks so much for stopping by my YouTube channel! Where are you in your Parkinson's journey? How can I help?

  2. Excited that our paths intersected. Your enthusiasm is both infectious and reassuring; just listening to your first clip was calming (tremors subsided) and motivating. I'll be celebrating the 3rd anniversary of my diagnosis this October by running my first marathon. If my body/mind can develop these symptoms (PD), I'm hopeful (mostly) that my body/mind can go a long way to un-doing them.

  3. I have enjoyed your interviews with various people dealing with PD & the videos & info. shared is so very valuable. I'll be sharing it with my brother who has the diagnosis & his wife who is right by his side, his#1 support in the battle. This very specialized info. Support is invaluable & I will be sharing it with them, utilizing as much as possible.

  4. Thank you for making this channel! I am a PT in Idaho working with someone with Parkinson's and I felt overwhelmed. She had found and used your stretching video and told me about it. Fantastic! Thank you again. Still a bit overwhelmed but better informed!!

  5. Hi, my mother had Parkinson's 25 years ago and today she has two major problems:

    – freezing followed by falls

    – lack of control of movements

    What tips do you suggest to minimize these two problems?

  6. My husband was diagnosed with PD 7 years ago, and diagnosed with dementia one year ago. We live in NC. He needs fun exercises.

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