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The strongest people are not those who show strength in front of us, but those who win battles we know nothing about.


Comal County Parkinson Support Group (CCPSG) was founded in 2007. CCPSG, supported by the Lone Star Parkinson Society, LSPS. We speak to the needs of those impacted by Parkinson's disease in New Braunfels Texas and surrounding areas. Our mission is to offer educational and emotional support through local support groups, educational seminars and regional and national resource information. We realize that a diagnosis of Parkinson Disease can be over whelming and depressive. Please understand it is not something you have to face alone. People with PD, caregivers, families and friends who wish to broaden their knowledge of Parkinson's Disease are welcome. Come join us at our bi-monthly support group meetings with expert speakers, and an awesome community of people with Parkinson's, and those responsible for their care. On the 2nd & 4th Saturdays, at:

Oakwood Baptist Church, Adult Education Building, 2154 Loop 337, New Braunfels TX 78130.


Browse our website and become a member. There are no dues or fees to attend any of the support group meetings listed on our website.

Privacy Note: Please keep in mind that any information provided on this site may be accessible by internet search engines, it could possibly be publicly disclosed. CCPSG will not share your information intentionally, but we prefer to make our site as accessible as possible, and you should have NO EXPECTATION that any information you post on this web site will remain private.





By shopping on Amazon Smile you can support Lone Star Parkinson Society!

Through the  program, you can help support LSPS with every purchase you make. LSPS will receive $5 of every $1,000 spent. When you think of all the CCPSG members, families and friends, the numbers can add up quickly.

To learn more or to get started, just click on the link below and designate Lone Star Parkinson Society as your charity!

We’re proud to be part of this program and are most grateful to Amazon for their generosity.

For more information go to our news tab!

The Rock Steady Boxing classes have resumed at the Extreme Martial Arts. Classes are on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 10:15 AM. The gym is following CDC recommendations to protect against Covid-19. 

* An additional class a week has been added. Rock Steady Boxing is now available 3 times a week!

Parkinson Strong

Trainer: Cindy Martin

Parkinson's Fitness Trainer



APDA resources for exercise and movement:

Be Active & Beyond - A Guide to Exercise and Wellness for People with Parkinson’s Disease: This free booklet guides you through exercises designed specifically for people with Parkinson’s disease (PD). It includes a daily exercise program, complete with step-by-step instructions and images for clarity, and an exercise log to help you keep track of your efforts.

Let’s Keep Moving With APDA: This series of presentations and Q&As focuses on exercising safely at home. Each session is presented by an expert from APDA’s National Rehabilitation Resource Center for Parkinson’s Disease. Click on “Let’s Keep Moving” in our video library to see all of the available sessions. More live sessions coming soon!
Online exercise classes: In the mood to try tai chi? How about some yoga? Pick and choose from this list of online classes and find a live or recorded class that interests you.
Walk With Us! APDA Optimism Walks (virtual and in-person): Walking is great exercise for people with PD. Join us for an Optimism Walk and help raise much-needed funds and awareness. Our Spring Walks have gone virtual – so you can participate no matter where you live, and our Fall events are scheduled to take place in person. Check out the list of dates and locations and register today! Our virtual Walks are coming up soon on May 31!
Spotlight on Parkinson’s Disease: Staying Healthy, Keeping Fit: This webinar covers many common questions about exercise for people with PD including the impact of exercise on Parkinson’s disease, the types of exercise to focus on, how to improve strength and balance, and much more.
Spotlight on Parkinson’s Disease: Getting Motivated to Move: Sometimes it can be tough to get moving. This presentation discusses common barriers to exercise and ways to overcome them so you can incorporate exercise and movement into your life.
APDA National Rehabilitation Resource Center for Parkinson’s Disease: Call the Center’s toll-free helpline (888-606-1688) to speak with a licensed physical therapist about PD-appropriate exercise and relevant programs in your area. You can also email them at
So now you’re armed with some great information and resources to make it easier for you to get moving. We hope you feel motivated to get some exercise today!
We have many more resources to help you, especially during this challenging time when you can’t get to your usual support groups, exercise classes and educational sessions. Please also check our website for the latest information about COVID-19 and PD and you can always call our APDA helpline at 800-223-2732.
Be well,
Leslie A. Chambers
President & CEO

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Shake, Rattle n Run/Walk 5 K at Rocking R River Rides - Gruene

April 3, 2021 from 8:30am to 2pm
Lone Star Parkinson Society sponsoring the 9th Annual Shake, Rattle,n Run/Walk 5K, this year with your favorite canine! Meet at Rocking R River Rides, Gruene, New Braunfels TX at 8:30 am.For details and register go to the Athlete's Guild websiteSee More
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Anniversary Meeting Saturday July 23, 2016

Started by Tommy Dubuque Jul 28, 2016. 0 Replies

What an amazing crowd we had on Saturday July 23, for our 9th Anniversarry meeting.  We has 57 people in attendance.   I want to than everyone for coming out.  Dr. Bill Davis did an amazing job.  He made everyone feel relaxed and welcomed.  He did…Continue

Todays meeting Saturday June 25, 2016

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It is hard to believe that 9 years ago we had six people attend our first meeting.   Today we had 45 in atendance.Continue


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A recent newsletter announcement reads:  "MJFF Funds Two Promising Stem Cell Technologies".I learn that "The Michael J. Fox Foundation (MJFF) announced funding for two projects leveraging the promise of engineered stem cells to speed new therapies…Continue

Bill Melton

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Bill Melton long time member and supporter of CCPSG passed away last night(Saturday Dec 27, 2014) after a long battle with Parkinson Disease. Bill and his wife Dr. CeCe Melton were our across the road neighbors when we lived at Canyon Lake. When I…Continue


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The Crooked Path Blog

The Crooked Path is a blog written by Corey King, a CCPSG member and diagnosed with PD at the age of 47.  

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Where:  Rocking R River Rides -         Gruene, New Braunfels, Texas

Time:     8:30 am

Lone Star Parkinson Society would like to invite you, your friends and family and of course your favorite canine companion to the 9th Annual Shake Rattle & Run. All proceeds will be going toward our Rock Steady Boxing Program at Extreme Martial Arts in New Braunfels.                 

 We provide financial support for RSBoxing members to attend weekly boxing programs specific for Parkinson Disease!

For more details for the race

Register Now Athlete Guild

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