Fairmont boxing program for Parkinson’s patients

Times West Virginian photo by Emily Gallagher Jim Salai (right) instructs Patsy Cole at Rock Steady Boxing North Central West Virginia class, located at the Fairmont HealthPlex, Monday. The program helps people fight back against Parkinson’s disease.
Times West Virginian photo by Emily Gallagher Jim Salai (right) instructs Patsy Cole at Rock Steady Boxing North Central West Virginia class, located at the Fairmont HealthPlex, Monday. The program helps people fight back against Parkinson’s disease.
Times West Virginian photo by Emily Gallagher
Jim Salai (right) instructs Patsy Cole at Rock Steady Boxing North Central West Virginia class, located at the Fairmont HealthPlex, Monday. The program helps people fight back against Parkinson’s disease.

FAIRMONT, W.Va. — Rock Steady Boxing of North Central West Virginia is helping community members fight back against Parkinson’s disease while having fun.

Co-owner of the North Central West Virginia affiliate of the Rock Steady Boxing, James Salai, said a main purpose of the program is give these people a life again.

For several class attendees Monday at the Fairmont Healthplex, this program has done just that for them in a rather short period of time.

 One class attendee, Charles Serange, said he has seen progress in everyone in the class…
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