How to stop the progression of Parkinson’s?

Today we would like to share with you information about Parkinson’s and modern methods of treatment aimed at stopping the progression of this disease.

Parkinson’s is a chronic neurodegenerative disease characterized by the gradual loss of neurons in the brain, especially in the area responsible for controlling movement. This leads to symptoms such as tremors, stiffness, muscle stiffness and balance problems. Parkinsonism can seriously limit patients’ quality of life and lead to disability.

What is the pathology associated with?

The most important reason for the development of Parkinson’s, especially at a young age, is genetic predisposition. A defect in the gene can lead to disturbances in the synthesis of dopamine, an important neurotransmitter that controls motor activity, the autonomic system and the psycho-emotional state.

“The pathology is associated with excessive accumulation of the protein alpha-synuclein in certain areas of the brain. This leads to dystrophic changes and neuronal death, which ultimately reduces the production of dopamine. Our treatment strategy is aimed at influencing receptors using various drugs, which significantly improves the condition of patients,” emphasizes our specialist.

How to slow down the progression of Parkinson’s disease

However, modern medicine offers a number of methods that can help slow the progression of Parkinson’s and improve the lives of patients. Here are some of them:

Drug therapy

Medicines such as levodopa, dopaminergic agents, and monoamine oxidase inhibitors may help control Parkinson’s symptoms and slow its progression. However, it is important to remember that each patient is unique and the effectiveness of medications may vary.

Deep brain stimulation (DBS)

This is an innovative procedure in which electrodes are inserted deep into the brain to stimulate the neural circuits responsible for movement. DBS can significantly improve motor control in Parkinson’s patients and reduce the need for medications.

Rehabilitation and physical activity

Regular exercise helps slow the progression of Parkinson’s disease. In our neurological department, we use a set of therapeutic exercises, such as dance therapy, mirror therapy, Nordic walking and others.

“Prevention of Parkinson’s includes an active lifestyle, regular medical examinations and timely initiation of specific therapy,” the doctor emphasizes.

Psychological support

Parkinson’s can have a significant impact on patients’ psychological well-being, so it is important to provide them with support and psychological support to cope with emotional difficulties.

Research and Innovations

Science does not stand still, and there is constant research and development of new treatments for Parkinson’s. At our Neuro Implant Clinic, we strive to provide patients with a comprehensive approach to the treatment of Parkinson’s, including modern medical methods, an individual approach to each patient and constant adherence to the principles of effectiveness and safety.

At Neuro Implant Clinic we strive to improve the quality of life of patients with this disease. With our treatment, we aim to minimize symptoms and make everyday life easier for our patients. Find out more about our procedures by visiting, calling +34 656 500 167 or emailing [email protected].

In conclusion, we would like to emphasize that Parkinson’s is a serious disease, but modern medicine offers many methods to control it and slow its progression. It is important to promptly seek help from qualified specialists and follow the recommendations of doctors to achieve the best results in the treatment of this disease.