Know More About Parkinson’s Disease


By Dr Pankaj Agarwal in Neurology

Parkinson's Disease (PD) usually affects the elderly, and causes 'automatic' movements such as walking and speaking to become stiff, awkward and difficult to coordinate. As a result, people with PD may move slowly, have poor balance and may experience speech and voice difficulties.

Global Hospital, Parel, Mumbai allows PD patients and their caregivers to meet to exchange experiences and ideas, and we are encouraged to see that strong bonds have been formed between them. To know more about Parkinson's disease, watch a discussion with Dr Pankaj Agarwal, Head, Movement Disorders Clinic & In-Charge, Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) Program and Dr Naren Nayak, Consultant - Neurosurgeon, Movement Disorder Clinic.

In this video, Dr Pankaj & Dr Naren will answer all frequently asked questions about Parkinson's disease, including what are the signs? Who is at risk? How is it diagnosed? What are the treatment options? and How do you control Parkinson's tremors?

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