Your doctor will evaluate your condition and then suggest treatment depending on your symptoms, age, and other medical conditions. Treatment may include:
- Deep Brain Stimulation that uses electrical pulses to reduce the symptoms of Parkinson's Disease. Electric pulses to block the abnormal brain signals that could be causing the various neurological disorder
- Dopamine Therapy uses medication to compensate for the lost dopamine. Dopamine Agonists mimic the action of natural dopamine. Levodopa therapy delivers dopamine to the brain
- Non-Dopaminergic Therapy that uses medication to compensate for the lost dopamine. Dopamine Agonists mimics the action of natural dopamine. Levodopa therapy delivers dopamine to the brain
- Amantadine drug that increases the release of dopamine, or inhibits the release of another neurotransmitter called Glutamate.
- Anti-Cholinergic drugs that inhibits the action of another neurotransmitter, called Acetylcholine, that becomes more active when dopamine levels for down
- Treatment of movement disorders with oral medications or injections is used to reduce the frequency and severity of abnormal movements