Dr. Videnovic cares for patients with Parkinson’s disease and various movement disorders. He is a principal investigator and co-investigator on several clinical trials in the field of Parkinson’s disease and movement disorders. He is an Assistant Professor of Neurology at Northwest University Feinberg School of Medicine.

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A certain area of the brain slowly degenerates, leading to a lack of dopamine, which can result in Parkinson's disease. Read the doctor's full answer.

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Parkinson’s disease is one of the most common neurologic disorders that causes progressive disability. The goal of medical management of the disease is to provide control of signs and symptoms for as long as possible while minimizing the adverse effects. For mid to late stage patients, there are surgeries available. AgingCare shares beneficial information about treatments for an appropriate subgroup of patients with this disease such as lesioning and deep brain stimulation.

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The life expectancy of Parkinson’s patients has improved over the past decades thanks to medical advances in symptom management and the development of a comprehensive approach to patient care.

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Tremors and shakes are very common complaints related to Parkinson's disease. Treatment is often challening, since tremors may not respond optimally to various medications. Read the full answer.

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"Off-Time" for a Parkinson's Disease is a period of the day when medication isn't working well or "wearing off", and "on-time" are periods where PD symptoms are controlled.