The fastest growing sport in the country.

Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the country, especially for baby boomers. It is also outstanding therapy for those diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease (PD) and their loved ones. Pickleball combines hand and eye coordination with simple movement that has helped thousands with PD manage their symptoms and continue to live a normal life. A cross between tennis, badminton and ping pong, it is played on a regulation court with specially designed paddles and balls. Pickleball can be played as singles or doubles, inside or out-of-doors. Pickleball promises to change your life, coming to a court near you.

Benefits of Pickleball

Folks are turning to Pickleball all over the country, as a way to stay active and help manage symptoms.

“Exercise is a realistic and practical way to fight Parkinson’s disease.”
– American Parkinson Disease Association

Laurel Beitsinger of Economy Borough, discussing husband Barry’s experience with Pickleball & Parkinson’s Disease.

“Pickleball allowed him to stay off of meds for about a year or so, and because it keeps him moving, it keeps his symptoms at bay.”

Read the full article about the Beitsingers below, as well as links to other relevant articles.