Let’s move

and put an end to Parkinson's Disease!




Shake It Off, Inc, is a non-profit company who has devoted its energy to passionately advocating exercise for those with Parkinson's disease. Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone with Parkinson's through donations of money and time. 

Helping those with Parkinson's live better lives through exercise until the cure is found!

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Past charitable events included Comedy for a Cure, 5K, Zumbathon(r), and our Annual Bike Ride. Net proceeds go toward research for Parkinson's disease and exercise.  


Locally, nationally and internationally, Shake It Off, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit, aims to be a vocal advocate for the need to exercise for those with Parkinson's disease while funding research to find the cure.

Parkinson's disease isn't going to cure its self, which is why we need your help.  Be a sponsor, volunteer or donate to help further our mission to fight Parkinson's. Make your contribution now.

Over one million Americans live with Parkinson's disease, which is more than the combined number of people diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, and Lou Gehrig's disease. It is a chronic, degenerative, neurological disorder whose symptoms can progress from mild shaking to complete physical incapacitation. In the United States 60,000 new cases of PD will be diagnosed this year alone. Parkinson can strike at any age. One of the youngest diagnosed was only 15 years old (Juvenile Parkinsonism).

There is no cure for this neurological disease, but with breakthroughs in research we may be getting closer than ever to slowing the progression. 

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Meet Our Team

Christopher Cianci, D.C., 

Sports Medicine Chiropractor,  Co-Founder & President

Jodi Cianci, Esq.    


Kim Moroz    


Matthew Grajewski,


Hope in Action

Be Part of the Change...sign up to participate in a research study on PD.  Everyone is invited to search the on-going research studies available for those with and without Parkinson's.


  • Amy Colcher, M.D., Director of Movement Disorders Center, Cooper University Health Care
  • Brian Cantymaglia
  • Jennifer Dolnycky, PT, MPT, Physical Therapist, Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital
  • Kaitlin Freebery
  • Christopher Knight, Ph.D., Exercise Neuroscience Lab, University of Delaware
  • Gustavo Pavon
  • ​Robin Reichenbach

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