[Video] The What, When, Why, & How of Treating and Managing Parkinson’s Dyskinesia

[Video] The What, When, Why, & How of Treating and Managing Parkinson’s Dyskinesia

Dyskinesia is an uncontrolled, involuntary muscle movement. Although it can be a stand-alone condition, in people with Parkinson’s, it is most often associated with long-term use of levodopa. Common symptoms of Parkinson’s dyskinesia include writhing or wriggling, fidgeting, rocking, and head bobbing. 

In this webinar, Dr. Irene Malaty answered questions including: 

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  • Source: Davis Phinney FoundationPublished on 2020-10-28By Leigh Cocanougher