Parkinson's Disease

Frequently Asked Questions

19. Can complementary therapies help with Parkinson’s disease?

A wide variety of complementary and supportive therapies may be used for Parkinson's disease. Among these therapies are standard physical, occupational, and speech therapies, which help with gait and voice disorders, tremors and rigidity, and decline in mental functions. Other supportive therapies include diet and exercise.

Learn more about complementary and supportive therapies for Parkinson’s disease.