Article- It is essential that patients and caregivers become knowledgeable about the medications used to treat Parkinson's disease. Medical research has provided numerous medications that used alone, or more often in careful combination, can provide significant relief of Parkinson's Disease symptoms...
Article- Wearing-off is when Parkinson's symptoms begin to reappear or become noticeably worse before it is time to take the next scheduled dose of medication. As wearing- off becomes more obvious, it may be harder to control the time when levodopa results in a good response ("on" time) and the time when there is a poor response to levodopa ("off" time)...
Article- Wrist straps for canes--tape tied on a cane so it can be hung from the wrist while walking upstairs
Kitchen chair trolleys--made by putting casters on a chair and used to move things around easily
Bicycle baskets--strapped to a walker to store necessities and leave the hands free
An egg carton...
Article- Even if they do not have dementia, some people with Parkinson disease may have a lack of interest. They tend to withdraw socially as the disease progresses. Parkinson symptoms that can lead a person to withdraw from normal activities and interaction include--
Article- Both the APDA and NPF can recommend names of neurologists who specialize in Parkinson's disease. Think about using doctors who are allied with medical schools or movement disorder treatment centers. They tend to have the most up- to-date information and access to clinical trials.
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