Touchstones for Living Well with Parkinson’s Disease: Inspirations and Learnings from this Year’s World Parkinson’s Congress

I attended the 6th World Parkinson’s Congress in Barcelona in early July 2023 and found it inspiring and uplifting. It was attended by health professionals of all disciplines, researchers, charities, exhibitors, and of course, people-with-Parkinson’s. I attended sessions ranging from biological subtypes of PD, apathy and fatigue and other under-recognised non-motor symptoms, the benefits of […]

Symptom Tracking: Why you should consider it if you don’t already

Symptom Tracking

We’ve all been there – sitting at the doctor’s office waiting to be seen. Maybe you’re filling out an intake form, reading an outdated magazine or scrolling through your phone, not thinking about much. Your name is finally called and you enter the doctor’s office.  “How can I help you?”  “So what seems to be […]

Taming the Rollercoaster: Parkinson’s Motor Fluctuations and how to Effectively Manage them

Parkinson’s disease is a chronic, degenerative neurological disorder that affects approximately 10 million people globally. One of the most common and well-known symptoms of Parkinson’s is tremor, or shaking, but the disease can also cause a whole host of other non-motor and motor symptoms. Parkinson’s symptoms are caused by the degeneration of nerve cells, or […]

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