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New beginners course Zhineng Qigong for people with Parkinson’s

New beginners course Zhineng Qigong for people with Parkinson’s

New beginner course qigong for Parkinson sufferers A contribution from Jurgen Zender course Description Zhineng Qigong was developed in the 1980s by Dr. Pang Ming in China and combines traditional methods from ancient China and modern scientific findings. Zhineng Qigong was developed as a medical form of Qigong. Zhineng Qigong consists of easy-to-learn movements that bring body and mind into balance in a natural way. This technique promotes the free flow of Qi in the body and helps to initiate healing processes in a natural way, improves health, strengthens the immune system, reduces sensitivity to stress and improves memory performance and cognitive ... Continue reading …

Advances in the use of focused ultrasound to treat Parkinson’s disease

Advances in the use of focused ultrasound A contribution by Jurgen Zender In recent years, researchers have made significant progress in... Continue reading …

New approaches to on-demand medication – a lecture by Prof. Dr. Ceballos-Baumann

On-demand medication with inhaled levodopa and sublingual apomorphine A lecture by Prof. Dr. Ceballos Baumann The lecture addresses new approaches in ... Continue reading …

Non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) and the EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR)

Non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) and the EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR): A polemic by Karlheinz Reinfrank Involved for some time... Continue reading …

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New beginners course Zhineng Qigong for people with Parkinson’s

New beginners course Zhineng Qigong for people with Parkinson’s
New Qigong beginners course for Parkinson's sufferers A contribution by Jürgen Zender Course description Zhineng Qigong was developed in the 1980s by Dr. Pang Ming in China and combines traditional methods from ancient China and modern scientific findings. Zhineng Qigong was developed as a medical form of Qigong. Zhineng Qigong consists of fast... Continue reading …

Advances in the use of focused ultrasound to treat Parkinson’s disease

Advances in the use of focused ultrasound to treat Parkinson’s disease
Progress in the use of focused ultrasound A contribution by Jürgen Zender In recent years, researchers have made significant progress in the use of focused ultrasound to treat Parkinson's. This non-invasive technique offers a promising alternative to conventional treatments and could be particularly beneficial for patients who are... Continue reading …

New approaches to on-demand medication – a lecture by Prof. Dr. Ceballos-Baumann

New approaches to on-demand medication - a lecture by Prof. Dr. Ceballos-Baumann
On-demand medication with inhaled levodopa and sublingual apomorphine A lecture by Prof. Dr. Ceballos-Baumann The lecture addresses new approaches to on-demand medication for Parkinson's patients who suffer from a decrease in the effect of levodopa. These so-called off-phases occur when the effect of levodopa wears off before the next regular dose can be taken. Those affected experience... Continue reading …

Non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) and the EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR)

Non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) and the EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR)
Non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) and the EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR): A polemic by Karlheinz Reinfrank For some time now, the Parkinson Association has been participating in the EU project REMOPD, which aims to develop non-invasive DBS technologies. This project integrates various international approaches to neurostimulation, including electromagnetic (EM) interference and ultrasound (US). Three sub-projects... Continue reading …

Annovis Bio: New findings on Parkinson's treatment with Buntanetap

Annovis Bio: New findings on Parkinson's treatment with Buntanetap
Annovis Bio: New insights into Parkinson's treatment with Buntanetap A contribution by Jürgen Zender On July 2, 2024, Annovis Bio, a drug platform company based in Malvern, Pennsylvania, published promising results from its Phase III study on the treatment of Parkinson's with the drug Buntanetap. These new data show significant improvements in Unified Parkinson's ... Continue reading …
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