Parkinson's disease is a chronic disease of the brain. Parkinson's disease is caused by a lack of dopamine. The lack of dopamine is caused by the death of the dopamine producing nerve cells in the black nucleus (substantia Nigra).
You can go to the physiotherapist for the following problems in Parkinson's disease:
Posture and balance problems
Difficulty getting up from a chair, turning over in bed, etc.
Difficulty reaching and grasping as with household activities.
Promote the condition.
Our practices are affiliated with ParkinsonNet and are trained to provide expert guidance and care to people with Parkinson's disease.