The Tip of the Iceberg

We have all heard the old saying “What you see is what you get.” And in many cases that is true. But it is not true with Parkinson’s Disease. You may think this is a disease where the patient shakes all the time. That’s what I always thought. And on the surface, that may beContinue reading “The Tip of the Iceberg”

Lights – Kitchens – Medications

Let’s get down to where we live today. It’s time to be very practical. There are 2 reasons that Parkinson’s patients may have double vision or difficulty seeing. The muscles in their eyes grow weaker, and this disease affects the brain which controls the eyes. However, many of us have difficulty with our eyes asContinue reading “Lights – Kitchens – Medications”