How to Manage Pain with Parkinson’s Disease

Chronic pain is highly common in people with Parkinson’s disease. In fact, people living with PD are twice as likely to experience pain as those without, and 80% of people with PD report experiencing chronic pain. These pains can be both motor-related (associated with...

Guide to Non-Motor Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is commonly associated with its visible impacts on motor skills, such as tremors, stiffness, cramping, and balance. However, non-motor skills are sometimes equally, if not more, affected for people with Parkinson’s. Common non-motor symptoms of...

Guide to Vision Issues in Parkinson’s: Symptoms & Treatments

It is very common for people living with Parkinson’s to experience issues with their vision. A recent study found that 82% of people with Parkinson’s experienced one or more visual symptoms. These may include double vision, dry eyes, blurry vision, and sometimes...

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