Parkinson’s Disease treatments have often been used simply to manage the symptoms of the disease — which don’t often work — and the disease in most cases, gradually takes control and the patient is left with a poor quality of life — especially in Pakistan, let alone the rest of the world.
There now is a possibility for some (those who can afford this new treatment) to start getting treated, and cure the disease itself — whilst the word “cure” for Parkinson’s might sound bold, it actually has already helped cure this condition for a lot of people — the reason why you haven’t heard about it yet, is because there aren’t enough practitioners who are qualified to fully treat this condition.
This is currently the best treatment for Parkinson’s Disease, because not only it is a natural treatment for PD (Parkinson’s Disease), it has zero negative side effects — it is considered the best treatment for Parkinson’s, because it fully resolves and cures the condition.
Currently the clinic offering this treatment is based in Islamabad (Pakistan) inside the MedCity Hospital building in F-8 Markaz (please note this is not the MedCity Hospital itself, but a separate clinic inside the building), on the 2nd floor — please visit their website by clicking here. You can also call to book an appointment directly at their receptionist desk, on the following number: +923100001419.
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Treatments come with a money back guarantee — should the condition not be resolved and cured.
Their treatment includes the following areas of Parkinson’s:
- Treatment of Resting Tremors
- Parkinson’s neck pain treatment
- Parkinson’s psychosis treatment
- Parkinson’s rigidity treatment
This treatment is beyond the Ayurveda and homeopathic treatments (because it fixes and cures the condition rather than alleviate some symptoms)— whilst still being 100% natural — it can be under the eastern treatment for Parkinson’s, however, depending on diagnosis by the clinic, they provide a custom treatment protocol for each individual, as the disease progresses in different ways for different people — and also, the stages of the disease are different.
Additional Reading about Parkinson’s Disease
The following information below is just a general guideline information on Parkinson’s disease — but does not provide information on the new treatment mentioned above — for that you would need to contact the clinic on the number mentioned above.
What is Parkinson’s Disease?
Parkinson’s disease is a neuro-degenerative disorder of the central nervous system. It is a progressive disorder of the nervous system which results in involuntary movements like twitching, loss of muscle tone, uncontrolled blinking, rigidity and difficulty swallowing. In Parkinson’s disease, the loss of dopamine, which is responsible for muscle activity, causes characteristic changes in motor functions such as tremor or movement problems.
How is this disease diagnosed? Parkinson’s disease symptoms can appear suddenly and without any apparent reason. Other symptoms may develop over time, but they cannot be totally explained. A physician who specializes in Parkinson’s disease symptoms can determine if you are affected with this condition by carefully assessing your medical history, performing some physical tests, doing neurological tests, and performing brain scans.
Symptoms may include rigidity of the limbs, involuntary body movements, gait difficulties, difficulty swallowing food, speaking fast, and slow, inability to balance, poor posture, and lack of stamina. Some of these symptoms can be mild, while others may be more severe and even debilitating. There are times when a person with Parkinson’s disease can continue to function normally but for other times, they will find it hard to move their body even when they are not. This is known as Parkinsonism.
Besides losing muscle tone, rigidity of muscles, lack of coordination and swallowing problems, loss of memory can also occur in patients with Parkinsonism. As a matter of fact, most of the patients with this movement disorder experience short-term memory loss. Patients with Parkinsonism are usually not aware of their symptoms. In most cases, the presence of symptoms is not detected until after the patient has reached the later stages of the disease. Because the symptoms of Parkinson’s can often be confused with other illnesses, early diagnosis is very crucial. Proper diagnosis should immediately be made so that treatment can be started.
Unlike other neurodegenerative disorders, Parkinson’s disease is incurable (other than the information provided earlier in this article). It is caused by the damage done to certain types of nerve cells in the brain. The disorder is characterized by the accumulation of excessive dopamine inside the nucleus accumbens, the frontal cortex and striatum. Dopamine is responsible for motor coordination, sensory features, and speech.
Other symptoms include tremors and rigidity of the legs. Patients also commonly complain of a low level of energy and poor balance. Unfortunately, there is no current treatment to control or stop tremors and rigidity. However, there are treatments available that could help lessen the effects of the disorder. This includes physical therapy, biofeedback, deep stimulation surgery, and anti-depressants. With proper care and attention, patients can have relatively normal lives free from the frustrating symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.
Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease
Parkinson’s disease symptoms and signs can vary greatly for each patient. Early symptoms may be very mild and often go unnoticed.
However, symptoms often start on one side of the body and tend to worsen on that side, often after other symptoms start to affect both sides of the body. In time, Parkinson’s Disease causes loss of movement, eventually leading to total loss of function.
One of the main theories on Parkinson’s Disease is that it has been caused by specific genetic mutations in the dopamine-producing nerve cells of the brain. Parkinson’s Disease is a hereditary disorder which can run in families. It may also by caused by environmental factors, such as pesticides and pollutants.
There is no evidence to support the theory that Parkinson’s Disease is caused by genes alone, but that still doesn’t discount the possibility. The disease is also believed to be caused by dopamine-producing nerve cells destroying themselves, which may explain the loss of motor skills in most sufferers.
Another hypothesis on Parkinson’s Disease is that it affects people differently, depending on their environment, their genetics, and their personality. Some people may have mild Parkinson’s Disease, while others may go on to have severe cases of the condition. Because of these different paths it is difficult to determine if Parkinson’s Disease is a genetic disorder. The condition progresses gradually over time, making diagnosis of the disease somewhat difficult, especially in elderly patients. When the condition is diagnosed early, the patient can often stop the progress of the disease, though not all forms can be cured.
Dopamine is a chemical substance in the brain that encourages nerve cells to move from one place to another. If dopamine production is low, or if there are excessive dopamine receptors present in brain cells, then symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease can occur. Levodopa is a natural substance that increases levels of dopamine in the brain and is used in treatments for various disorders of the nervous system.
Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease vary depending on where the disease is located in the brain. In some cases it causes only tremors and poor balance, but in other cases the disease causes more severe problems. Some people may begin to experience difficulty with speech and movement, while others may start to lose their sense of reason. The most common symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease appear in the early stages, when the disease is still in the early stages and the symptoms are not yet apparent. More severe cases of Parkinson’s Disease usually show up later in life, after other conditions have had ample time to take effect. As the disease progresses, different areas of the brain are affected and affect various people differently.