Parkinson's treatment
for adults

Living with Parkinson’s may involve managing many challenging symptoms. Brain-based therapies may help you manage your symptoms to improve your quality of life.

What is Parkinson’s?

Parkinson’s is a complex and progressive neurological condition that occurs when your brain can’t make enough dopamine to control your movements properly.

In fact, Parkinson’s affects several brain chemicals along with dopamine, including acetylcholine and serotonin, which are important for cognition.



Symptoms of Parkinson’s

Parkinson’s causes many symptoms and the experience of living with it may vary considerably from one person to the next.

Symptoms include motor (related to movement) and non-motor symptoms, which can progress slowly over many years.

Motor symptoms

Motor symptoms include:

Non-motor symptoms

Non-motor symptoms include:

How does Parkinson’s affect you?

How does Parkinson’s affect you?

Parkinson’s affects many aspects of life, including:

How can Neurofit help?

At Neurofit, we believe that brain activity can make an active difference.

Given the right stimulation, your brain’s nerve cells can expand and communicate with new nerve cells. Brain-based therapy involves a mix of activities designed to provide that stimulation. The goal is to help restore brain balance – the left and right sides of your brain working closely together in equal partnership.

We can’t cure neurodegenerative disorders like Parkinson’s but it is often possible to slow the progression and improve symptoms with brain-based therapies.

Brain-based Parkinson's treatment
Therapy Effects
Photobiomodulation Reduce anxiety and improve memory, cognition and sleep
Transcranial direct current stimulation Improve brain balance and visuospatial attention
Interactive metronome Improve timing, focus, coordination and motor control

We start with a thorough assessment to help us understand how Parkinson’s affects you. Then we’ll recommend a combination of treatments that may use light, sound, video games and much more. These non-invasive therapies can help to rewire your brain to help manage your Parkinon’s symptoms.