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Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative brain disorder that progresses slowly in most people. What this means is that individuals with PD will be living with PD for twenty years or more from the time of diagnosis. While Parkinson’s disease itself is not fatal, the Center for Disease Control rated complications from the disease as the 14th top cause of death in the United States.

Normally, there are
brain cells (neurons) in the human brain that produce dopamine. These neurons concentrate in a particular area of the brain, called the substantia nigra. Dopamine is a chemical that relays messages between the substantia nigra and other parts of the brain to control movements of the human body. Dopamine helps humans to have smooth coordinated muscle movements. When approximately 60 to 80% of the dopamine-producing cells are damaged, and do not produce enough dopamine, the motor symptoms of Parkinson’s disease appear. This process of impairment of brain cells is called neurodegeneration.

Specialists say there is no cure for Parkinson's disease, but
Doctors Natural Therapy Clinic begs to differ.
We have found a way to reverse this condition, and cure the symptoms.
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No tests exist to diagnose Parkinson's disease. Your doctor will diagnose Parkinson's disease based on your medical history, a review of your signs and symptoms, and a neurological and physical examination. Your doctor sometimes may order tests to rule out other conditions that may be causing your symptoms.

In its early stages, Parkinson's disease is difficult to diagnose. Early symptoms may come and go. You may write them off as temporary cramps or stiffness. Or you may say to yourself “I’m just getting old!” But they keep returning, and you visit your doctor who then tells you that it will take time before a definitive diagnosis can be made. You become anxious and impatient.

One of the most important things to remember about diagnosing PD is that there must be two of the four main symptoms present over a period of time for a neurologist to consider a PD diagnosis. 

Four Main Motor Symptoms of PD:
  • Shaking or tremor
  • Slowness of movement, called bradykinesia
  • Stiffness or rigidity of the arms, legs or trunk
  • Trouble with balance and possible falls, also called postural instability


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Medication is an option, but no two patients react the same to each medication. This requires time and patients to come to the proper dosage needed. Also many patients do not want to take more medications and usually leave it to the last minute.


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Surgery may include thalamotomy, pallidotomy or the placement of deep brain stimulation devices.
It is crucial that only appropriate patients undergo surgery since all patients are not suitable to undergo procedures


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Rehabilitation therapy enhances the lives of people with Parkinson's disease. A proram of physical therapy and occupational therapy can help people learn movement strategies. Therapists sometimes suggest simple devices to assist with daily activities.

Natural Cures

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Natural Cures

Doctors Natural Therapy Clinic has discovered the only non intrusive, natural, drug free therapy available to reverse and cure the symptoms of Parkinson's disease. A daily intake of proper vitamins, oils, fruits and vegetables helps stimulate the body to produce dopamine and reverse the symptoms of Parkinson's.


For more information contact Doctors Natrual Healing Clinic and receive a daily intake survey.

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