Dopamine-sparing medications are essential in the treatment of Parkinson's, however, when you can simultaneously support the brain's own production of dopamine though the specific treatments offered by Dr. Kemp, it prevents the further decay of the nigra (area of the brain associated with dopamine).
Dr. Kemp has extensive experience treating patients with Parkinson's, helping to decrease the severity of symptoms, and improve his patient's quality of life.
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Once 80% of the nigra is degenerated, Parkinson's results.
It is essential for these people to maintain the 20% of their nigra they still have, in order to preserve motor function and limit the severity of movement disorders. This can be accomplished through specific functional neurology therapies.