What is Parkinson’s? And how do you identify it?

Parkinson's disease is a progressive disorder of the nervous system that affects movement. It is estimated that 10 million people have Parkinson’s disease worldwide, affecting all races and cultures. In India there are an estimated 1 Million people who...

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Strange Facts About Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease is an old age movement disorder. Most of the patients know that it is not curable. There are many articles on internet about its symptoms and treatments too. But there are many important Parkinson's disease facts which many patients and caregivers fail to understand. With help of...

Newly Diagnosed With Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease is one of the most common old age diseases after adult onset diabetes, Arthritis and Dementia according to the American society of consultant Pharmacists. When you find out that you or someone you care for is diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease (PD), firstly do not panic. It is...

Parkinson’s Disease Complications

Parkinson’s Disease is best known as a disorder related to motor functions of a person. There are many symptoms that commonly occur in people suffering from PD like tremors, palsy, slowed movements and rigidity in the body. But apart from these common symptoms, Parkinson’s Disease patients suffer from other...

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Patient Stories

Mrs. Pankaj Chauhan Story

When Mrs. Pankaj Chauhan, a 43 year old home maker from Pataudi, started developing tremors and stiffness, her family was afraid for her safety. Slowly, all her contribution to the household day-to-day activities had to stop.

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  1. Dear Sir,

    My father is suffering for brain disorders disease (may be Parkinson) and nervous system is not proper works. At present condition is critical. One attender shall require for his daily routine works.

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