Treatment for Parkinson’s is aimed at controlling the symptoms and maintaining a normal life as far as possible with other supportive therapies. There is no single, optimal treatment method for Parkinson’s because each individual is affected by the condition in a different way.
Research into finding a cure for Parkinson’s continues. Studies have demonstrated that the quality of life of a PwP may deteriorate if treatment is not initiated immediately or shortly after diagnosis.
The symptoms can usually be effectively controlled using a combination of therapies which may include the following:
(Physiotherapy, Speech Therapy, Occupational therapy etc.)
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