Parkinson's Disease: The Complete Guide for Patients and Caregivers by Lieberman, Abraham N.

Parkinson's Disease: The Complete Guide for Patients and Caregivers

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Personal, accessible, informative. A guide for Parkinson patients and their caregivers that addresses the body and the spirit.

Written by an expert team of health-care professionals-including a neurologist, a social worker, a nurse practitioner, a physical therapist, and an attorney/financial planner-this guide takes every aspect of living with chronic degenerative illness into consideration.

You will find the answers to your most urgent questions:

-How can I overcome the functional limitations of Parkinson's disease?

-What are the pros and cons of various medications commonly used to treat Parkinson's?

-Why is it important to stay fit and eat right despite the limits Parkinson's disease may put on my body?

-What are some of the breakthroughs in alternative treatments?

-What can I do to better cope with the psychological and emotional issues inherent in living with Parkinson's?

-As a caregiver, how can I best juggle a program of care for a loved one and still find time for myself?

-What insurance options and other forms of financial aid are available and how can one protect one's assets and life savings from long-term illness?

Parkinson's Disease, which features an A to Z Guide to Symptoms and Side Effects and a state-by-state Resource Guide, will help you and your family succeed in your struggle to lead an easier and more fulfilling life.

Author: Abraham N. Lieberman
Publisher: Atria Books
Published: 02/01/1993
Pages: 272
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.56lbs
Size: 8.43h x 5.53w x 0.72d
ISBN13: 9780671768195
ISBN10: 0671768190
BISAC Categories:
- Health & Fitness | Diseases & Conditions | Nervous System (Incl. Brain)
- Medical | Education & Training
- Medical | Caregiving

About the Author
Abraham N. Lieberman, M.D., is a board-certified neurologist who is Chief of Movement Disorders at the Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, Arizona, and Chairman of the Medical Advisory Board of the American Parkinson's Disease Association (APDA). He had been Professor of Neurology at New York University Medical Center. He has been the recipient of numerous research grants and awards used to study various aspects of Parkinson's disease