The most widely read articles on Parkinson's therapies
|Explanation of the individual therapies and a detailed diary of a complex treatment by the author|
|An overview of the most common Parkinson's medications and how they work. A post from the series "Heimann clears up,"|
|What is neuropsychology in general and what does it mean for Parkinson's patients in particular.
The article includes definitions of terms, FAQs and training and test tools.
|Tai Chi and Parkinson's|
|According to a study by the German Society for Neurology, people with Parkinson's move more safely if they practice Tai Chi twice a week. More about this study and 4 detailed exercise videos in my post|
|Deep brain stimulation, part 1|
|Everything you need to know about the DBS: Background, preliminary discussion, operation procedure, FAQs, address directory of the DBS centers, videos about the operation and interviews with patients.|
|Deep brain stimulation, part 2 - a field report|
|Dr. Johannes Heimann reports on his intervention|
|Levo-Dopa, the gold standard among Parkinson's drugs. Dr. Johannes Heimann explains everything you need to know in his guest post|
|A new training approach promises innovation here. Neurocentric training is brain-based training that focuses on the body's neural processes. Movement and pain arise in the brain. This is where the training starts.|
|John Pepper's victory over his symptoms|
|John Pepper developed his very own therapy to defeat his Parkinson's. A moving report about the meanwhile 90-year-old John Pepper|
|What you need to know about LSVT BIG as the most efficient way to fight Parkinson's disease through exercise. From the training video to the medication prescription, everything is included.|
The Lee Silverman Voice Treatment is a behavior therapy approach in which the shift in perception of a loud voice is overwritten. The aim is for those affected to recognize and accept how loud their own voice has to feel in order to actually sound healthy.
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