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Complementary Therapies for Parkinson’s

…Occupational, and Speech-Language Therapy In 2020, The Victory Summit® Event: Boise centered around rehabilitative therapies, with sessions led by experts in physical, occupational, and speech-language therapy. Here, you can watch…

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Parkinson’s Surgical Treatments

…when it comes to systems, leads, batteries, surgeons, and more. Explore All Our DBS Resources Focused ultrasound Therapy (FUS) Focused ultrasound therapy (FUS) is an early-stage, single-procedure, non-invasive technology to…

Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) Resources

…as DBS. As the leaders in DBS therapy, we have been delivering this life-changing therapy for over 25 years with continuous innovations and proven clinical outcomes. Visit DiscoverDBS.com/Medtronic to learn…

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Exercise and Parkinson’s

Exercise and Parkinson’s Significant research studies and anecdotal evidence highlight the critical importance of exercise for people with Parkinson’s. Regular physical exercise can improve mobility and coordination, boost your mood,…

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Living Alone with Parkinson’s

…Read the story How Can Occupational Therapy Help Me Optimize My Environment for Parkinson’s? When you’re living alone with Parkinson’s, it’s critical that you create a safe environment for yourself….

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YOPD Resources

Young Onset Parkinson’s Disease (YOPD) Resources Very often, the emotional, social, physical, and psychological needs of those diagnosed with young onset Parkinson’s disease (YOPD) are different from those diagnosed at…

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Parkinson’s Non-Motor Symptoms

…Parkinson’s and Why Bladder Worksheet Strategies for Addressing Speech and Language Challenges in Parkinson’s Parkinson’s Speech Therapy: Chat with Confidence Breathing and Swallowing in Parkinson’s Speech Therapy and Parkinson’s Why…