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Addressing a disease that affects half a million Americans todaywith 100,000 new cases diagsed annuallythis reference emphasizes how treatment and education are vital to maintaining the best quality of life possible. Coauthored by a former physician who has lived with Parkinson s for 20 years, this handbook discusses both the basics of the disease, for which there is cure, and ways that patients can stay active and maintain independence. Additional topics include symptoms and stages, treatment options, the role of self-help, the emotional side of the illness, day-to-day coping, benefits of exercise, choosing the right doctor, and care for caregivers. Going beyond standard medical information, this unique study also offers a sense of hope, featuring inspirational quotes from dozens of Parkinson s patients.
David L. Cram, MD, is the clinical professor emeritus for the University of CaliforniaSan Francisco. He is the author of Answers to Frequently Asked Questions in Parkinson s Disease and The Healing Touch. He lives in Walnut Creek, California. Xiao Gao, MD, works in private practice and is an assistant professor of clinical neurology at New York University Medical Center. She lives in Riverside, Connecticut. Steven Schechter, MD, is a clinical assistant professor of neurology at Wayne State University School of Medicine. He is a member of the American Academy of Neurology and is actively involved in medical student education. He lives in West Bloomfield, Michigan.