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While Parkinson’s disease has no known cure, doctors and researchers have learned a great deal about how best to diagnose and manage its symptoms. Among those are new clues about who is at risk for Parkinson’s; better methods for achieving faster, more accurate diagnoses; and more information about surgical treatments, including alternative therapies.

Faces of Parkinsons Video Series

Connect with real patients, their family members and caregivers and learn how these individuals are living with this condition.

Advanced and Future Treatments for Parkinson’s

Learn about forthcoming therapies, upcoming clinical trials, and new breakthroughs on the horizon.

The Stages of Parkinson’s

The progression of Parkinson’s is broken down into five distinct stages. Learn how and when patients may progress from stage to stage as well as the key symptoms associated with each.

Developing a Treatment Plan

Doctors have many methods that can lead to an increased quality of life for Parkinson’s patients. Learn how to develop a treatment plan for Parkinson's disease.

Managing the Side Effects of Parkinson’s Disease

An important part of a successful Parkinson’s treatment plan is recognizing and managing the symptoms that affect your day-to-day life.

Understanding Parkinson’s and Parkinson’s Dementia

While Parkinson’s is generally understood as a disease of muscle movement and control, as much as 20 percent of patients develop Parkinson’ Dementia, which includes loss of memory and cognitive functions.

Doctor Discussion Guide

Use this Parkinson's discussion guide to get the most out your next visit with your neurologist.

Early Onset Parkinson’s

Learn about the signs and symptoms of early onset Parkinson’s and who is most at risk.

Getting Support

Learn how building a network of caregivers, both family and professional, can help you prepare for the progression of Parkinson’s disease and the challenges you’ll face.

Exercises for Parkinson’s Patients

Adding an exercise program can be an important part of you treatment plan. Learn about exercises that can increase your strength, flexibility and ultimately help you maintain your mobility and independence.