Through the eyes of a patient: trying to bypass the symptoms!

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This World Parkinson’s Disease Week, Veerle will be providing regular blogs about her experiences as a Parkinson’s patient. Diagnosed 11 years ago, Veerle will describe some of the daily challenges of life with the disease. Since no two Parkinson’s patients are the same, Veerle speaks only for herself, however many of the issues she describes … Continued

Through the eyes of a patient: Carpe diem and make memories now!

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This World Parkinson’s Disease Week, Veerle will be providing regular blogs about her experiences as a Parkinson’s patient. Diagnosed 11 years ago, Veerle will describe some of the daily challenges of life with the disease. Since no two Parkinson’s patients are the same, Veerle speaks only for herself, however many of the issues she describes … Continued

Through the eyes of a patient: the ‘never-going-to-do-again’ list

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This World Parkinson’s Disease Week, Veerle will be providing regular blogs about her experiences as a Parkinson’s patient. Diagnosed 11 years ago, Veerle will describe some of the daily challenges of life with the disease. Since no two Parkinson’s patients are the same, Veerle speaks only for herself, however many of the issues she describes … Continued

Through the eyes of a patient : An unusual Saturday

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This World Parkinson’s Disease Week, Veerle will be providing regular blogs about her experiences as a Parkinson’s patient. Diagnosed 11 years ago, Veerle will describe some of the daily challenges of life with the disease. Since no two Parkinson’s patients are the same, Veerle speaks only for herself, however many of the issues she describes … Continued

Parkinson’s Week: Through the eyes of a patient: Introducing Veerle!

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This World Parkinson’s Disease Week, Veerle will be providing regular blogs about her experiences as a Parkinson’s patient. Diagnosed 11 years ago, Veerle will describe some of the daily challenges of life with the disease. Since no two Parkinson’s patients are the same, Veerle speaks only for herself, however many of the issues she describes … Continued

Making Strides for Walking and Balance Problems

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We don’t typically think much about walking or keeping balance unless we have trouble with these activities. That’s because we don’t have to think about them, it’s automatic. Parkinson’s can interrupt these automatic connections and cause walking and balance problems, especially in people who live with the disease for many years.