Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson Disease is a progressive neurodegenerative disorder affecting mostly the motor areas of the brain. Early Parkinson disease usually manifests with tremor, stiffness, and difficulty walking, but eventually can also involve memory issues and sleep disturbance.


A diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease can be frightening. Here you can find some of the most common questions and answers regarding Parkinson’s Disease, whether it’s regarding medications, treatments and lifestyle choices to stay healthy.


When you’re facing a chronic illness like Parkinson’s, you, your loved ones, and caregivers need support and resources beyond traditional medical treatment. The Brain Center Community Partner Coordinators help you find the services you need and guide you to existing resources.


The Brain Center regularly sponsors events meant to help body, mind and soul for those struggling with neurological diseases.

Make an Appointment Now. Call 786-565-8735.

Make an Appointment Now.
Call 786-565-8735.