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Content updated on Sep 20, 2022

What is parkinson disease (PD)?

A progressive nervous system disorder that affects movement. It occurs as a result of nerve cell damage in the brain. The exact cause for PD is unknown. Risk factors include genetics, male gender, old age and exposure to certain toxins and environmental factors.

Symptoms of parkinson disease (PD)

  • Fine tremor of the hands and fingers

  • Falling frequently

  • Trembling of fingers or whole body

  • Difficulty in walking

  • Stiff, rigid muscles causing difficulty bending joints

  • My movements are slow

  • Symptoms started with tremors of the fingers and/or toes

  • Hands and legs became clumsy - I cannot do fine work with them

Questions your doctor may ask to check for parkinson disease (PD)

Your doctor may ask these questions to diagnose parkinson disease (PD)

  • Do you have a slight trembling of your fingers?

  • Do you feel that you fall over or slip more often?

  • Do you have trembling in your fingers or whole body?

  • Do you have any difficulty walking?

  • Do you have stiff muscle and/or joints that are not flexible even with assistance?

Treatment for parkinson disease (PD)

There is currently no cure for Parkinson's Disease, but there are medications to help control symptoms. Treatment typically comprises lifestyle changes, physiotherapy as well as medications to reduce symptoms.

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