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FDA approves DATScan

https://nwpf.org/stay-informed/blog/2012/02/fda-approves-datscan/

Brain scan can measure what the brain looks like such as a CT scan or MRI or the brain’s activity levels.
February 01, 2012

Disease Progression

https://nwpf.org/recent-diagnosis/disease-progression/

PROGRESSION of symptoms Parkinson's disease typically starts on one side of the body in the arms and legs and does spreads to the other side over time. Axial symptoms are present later in disease a…
May 03, 2016

Diagnosis & Progression

https://nwpf.org/wellness-center/about-parkinsons/diagnosis-progression/

The diagnosis of Parkinson’s is a clinical one typically confirmed by a neurologist or a movement disorder specialist. The following criteria are used in determining if a person has Parkinson’s diseas…
May 03, 2016

Does Azilect slow disease progression?

https://nwpf.org/stay-informed/blog/2012/03/does-azilect-slow-disease-progression/

Azilect is a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOB I) designed to block the breakdown or metabolism of dopamine in the brain. This means more dopamine is available for use by the nerve calls.
March 23, 2012

Is your environment a high risk PD zone?

https://nwpf.org/stay-informed/blog/2013/07/is-your-environment-a-high-risk-pd-zone/

Is there a toxin or something in the environment that causes Parkinson’s?
July 25, 2013

Smell tests, biomarkers and colon biopsies: New approaches to early identification of Parkinson’s disease

https://nwpf.org/stay-informed/news/2016/05/smell-tests,-biomarkers-and-colon-biopsies-new-approaches-to-early-identification-of-parkinson’s-disease/

Early diagnosis and starting treatment as early as possible are decisive factors in achieving improved quality of life for Parkinson’s sufferers.
May 30, 2016

Meet the woman who can smell Parkinson's

https://nwpf.org/stay-informed/news/2017/03/meet-the-woman-who-can-smell-parkinsons/

Joy Milne’s ability to pick up the scent of illness early could lead to a breakthrough in disease testing, finds Joan McFadden.
March 05, 2017

Diagnosis is a turning point, not a beginning

https://nwpf.org/stay-informed/blog/2014/11/diagnosis-is-a-turning-point/

“You have Parkinson’s Disease.” There is no good way of getting this news. Even as the words enter your world they seem to rearrange it irrevocably and permanently for the worse. How can life be the s…
November 21, 2014

When do I need to see a physical therapist?

https://nwpf.org/stay-informed/blog/2013/05/when-do-i-need-to-see-a-physical-therapist/

Chances are you will benefit from a physical therapy (PT) evaluation and treatment if you have movement symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease or other brain condition.
May 24, 2013

How does posture change with Parkinson’s?

https://nwpf.org/stay-informed/blog/2012/04/how-does-posture-change-with-parkinsons/

Posture changes for many reasons- Some causes are related to Parkinson’s- Some related to weakness-Some related to arthritic changes
April 21, 2012

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