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Fascial stretch therapy for parkinsons

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I what is the best physical therapy for Parkinson’s ...

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neurologist suggested therapy with Rasagiline 1 mg daily. Due to the high costs of the original medicine ... are tremors and fatigue . Do you agree with the suggested therapy and do you believe that Rasalect is equally ...

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about a year ago you had answered a person who asked you about using glutathione IV for Parkinsons. You answered you had spoken to Dr, XXXXXXX Perlmutter and it looked promising and he was doing ...

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suggest? A stretched out death from Parkinson , or a death from septsis, a benign noplasm caused ... dying of Parkinson in the late or moderate severe state? Thank you for your Take on this case ...

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patient started carbidopa/levodopa for Parkinsonian symptoms associated with longstanding fronto-temporal dementia -- began this therapy approx. 9 days ago . Has developed emotional lability with frequent sobbing ...

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Dr. Is there any curative drug or therapy for Parkinson s disease ...

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My father is 85 years old, has parkinson s disease and just had his catheter removed after 6 months of wearing it. He fell and broke his hip on December 22, 2014, so has been in physical therapy ...

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Help! My husband has Parkinson and recently fell and now has a small tear in the cartilage of his ... of the pain. He is now in a nursing home for extensive therapy and is doing terrible with his mental stability ...

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Dear Dr. I munnalal baranga age 70 yrs,ht 5 6 ,wt.65kg, is suffering from Parkinson Syndrome Plus ... pl. suggest which therapy may cure me. Thanks yours mlb ...

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Please tell me about visual problems and Parkinson s Disease. My husband (67) Dx in 2009 has very ... intensive therapies), he had sundowners / hospital dementia that got better for awhile at home when we had ...

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My father is about 80 years of age and he is on parkinson therapy and ramipril H tabs ... use and are there any drug interaction with other therapy of syndopa, ropark etc? Please advice ...

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Swallowing difficulty when you have Parkinsons Disease. Have had esphogus stretched in Feb. 2017 ... Parkinson Disease & just wondering if that can cause a problem. ...

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is now starting to hurt more have to be careful not to twist to suddenly , once I do floor stretches it eases the pain, note I am a Parkinson s suffer , have been for 6 years, do you have an answer ?? ...

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I was diagnosed with Parkinson s7 years ago and up until recentlyMirapex & sinemet mostly took care ... through rehab & physical therapy. My neurologist has prescribed Comtan3 X daily. My sinemet went from 2 X ...

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I have been diagnosed with Parkinson s Disease for almost 2 years now. Lately, I have been ...? I am taking vocal therapy to keep my vocal cords strong and I have worked with a swallowing ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

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Dear Friend. Young onset Parkinson's needs to be clearly diagnosed and drug induced Parkinson's and Parkinson plus needs to be ruled out. Ask in details.

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Thanks for asking in healthcaremagic forum In short: It is controllable Explanation: Till now with medications we can control the symptoms of parkinsonism. It is due to decreased dopamine in brain. So, it can be controlled. All the best.

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Treatment depends on severity. And in general a controllable disease. But you have to provide Me complete details for a better answer