Parkinson's pain

A lecture by Prof. Dr. Ceballos Baumann


Welcome to a lecture by Prof. Dr. Ceballos-Baumann on a topic that is often overshadowed by the motor symptoms of Parkinson's - Pain in Parkinson's.

Parkinson's is a neurodegenerative disease primarily associated with movement disorders. But we are increasingly recognizing that pain can be a significant component of this disease and that Quality of life significantly affect those affected. Over the next few minutes, we'll take a look together at why pain occurs in Parkinson's disease, how it can manifest, and the challenges it poses for patients and their caregivers. Let's explore together this often overlooked but significant piece in the Parkinson's puzzle.

Stay tuned.


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