Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease Treatments at Forum Health

Most people know about the tremors indicative of Parkinson’s disease. But this condition has many layers. While no two people experience Parkinson’s the same way, there are commonalities helpful in assessing your situation and developing a treatment plan.

 

In addition to the five main stages of Parkinson’s, there are motor and non-motor symptoms.

 

These range from loss of smell or taste, to hallucinations and delusions.

 

Our doctors will assess your situation to get a clear understanding of your symptoms. Then together, you can make a plan for easing symptoms and enjoying a better quality of life.

 

If you would like to find out more contact us today to schedule a 15 minute health advisor call or schedule an appointment.

Forum Health Treatments

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IV Chelation Therapy

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Diet & Nutrition Counseling

One-size-fits-all and fad diets just don’t work. Your body has unique nutritional needs. Forum Health will help you tailor your food intake to meet them.


Dietary Supplements – Nutraceuticals

Forum Health offers professional-grade dietary supplements through our nutrition science company, Inwell Biosciences.


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