treating Parkinson's disease AFTER the "honeymoon" is over

You'll see more approaches to treating Parkinson's disease AFTER the "honeymoon" is over.

It's relatively easy to control symptoms in the early years with low doses of carbidopa/levodopa...or a dopamine agonist, such as pramipexole (Mirapex, etc) or ropinirole (Requip, etc).

But when drug efficacy decreases, consider these approaches to control movement problems in more advanced Parkinson's.

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