Renowned Parkinson’s Disease Training Consultant Comes to Cincinnati in March

Wendy Williamson, Ph.D. is a pioneer in the field of Parkinson’s Disease research in exercise and fitness training.

CINCINNATI  – Coors Core Fitness, an Anderson Township full service medical fitness facility that provides comprehensive, cutting-edge fitness programs for those with Parkinson’s Disease, will host an event Saturday March 21 with Wendy Williamson, Ph.D., one of the industry’s most recognized and respected Parkinson’s training consultants.

The event, titled “Specific Exercises for Parkinson’s Disease – the Latest Research,” is free and open to the public and will be from 10 a.m. -12 p.m. at the Schiff Conference Center at Xavier University.

“We are honored to bring Dr. Williamson to Cincinnati to teach Parkinson’s patients and their families the latest Parkinson’s specific exercises that can help them manage their PD symptoms. said Lisa Coors, MBA, owner of Coors Core Fitness. “Wendy Williamson will show her latest findings from her research while providing attendees with handouts of exercises to practice on their own.”

We also welcome medical professionals to attend as well as personal trainers, caregivers, social workers etc.

As a member of the faculty of the American Council on Exercise (ACE), Wendy Williamson routinely writes and reviews national certification testing criteria for personal trainers. With a PhD in Health and Human Performance, and recognition in 2005 and 2006 by the American Council on Exercise (ACE) as one of the top three personal trainers in the U.S., Wendy Williamson is one of the industry’s most recognized and respected training consultants.

Information: “Specific Exercises for Parkinson’s Disease – the Latest Research with Dr. Wendy Williamson” is from 10 a..m. – 12 p.m. Saturday, March 21,  Xavier University Schiff Conference Center (East Entrance of Cintas Center), 1624 Herald Avenue, Cincinnati, 45207. Registration is free and open to public but advanced registration is required. Register at: or at