Future Headquarters

The Future Looks Bright: Our New Headquarters and State-of-the-Art Health Campus

The National Parkinson’s Institute is excited to announce the future headquarters and a state-of-the-art health campus, poised to revolutionize Parkinson’s disease care and services in the Louisville community. This innovative facility will bring all our resources under one roof, offering an unparalleled environment for wellness, support, and research

Future Headquarters

The Future Looks Bright: Our New Headquarters and State-of-the-Art Health Campus

The National Parkinson’s Institute is excited to announce the future headquarters and a state-of-the-art health campus, poised to revolutionize Parkinson’s disease care and services in the Louisville community. This innovative facility will bring all our resources under one roof, offering an unparalleled environment for wellness, support, and research

Comprehensive Exercise Facilities

Our 12,000 sq ft exercise facility will feature NFL-quality turf, a professional boxing ring for our renowned Rock Steady Boxing classes, and Fight Back Fitness Classes. The walls will be lined with speed bags and heavy bags, complemented by an elevated walking track, ensuring a diverse range of fitness options.

Specialized Wellness Spaces

Dedicated rooms for meditation and a yoga studio will provide serene spaces for mental and physical wellness. The facility will also include areas for Pedaling for Parkinson’s, pickleball courts, and a support group lodge, fostering a supportive and active community.

Educational and Therapeutic Resources

Our new headquarters will house a dedicated education and presentation theater, physical and occupational therapy rooms, and advanced research facilities. These resources will enable us to offer comprehensive care and cutting-edge research to advance Parkinson’s treatment and support.

Outdoor and Recreational Areas

A walking path will lead to a park-like, green roof, designed for relaxation, exercise classes, events, and more. This green space will offer a tranquil environment for both recreation and therapy, enhancing the overall well-being of our community members. This ambitious project will transform the face of Parkinson’s disease care and open new possibilities for those affected, making a lasting impact on the Louisville community.

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