What is the Danger in Not Addressing My Parkinson’s Disease?

Parkinson’s disease itself is not fatal, but the many symptoms that come with it make this disease very serious. Those with Parkinson’s may have lost hope in options being that there is no true cure, but not addressing this disease will only make life more difficult.

What is Parkinson’s Disease?

Parkinson’s disease is a neurodegenerative brain disorder that develops slowly but will last a lifetime. It is a progressive chronic disease, so its symptoms will only get worse without some type of intervention.

Infographic covering the Michael J Fox Foundation research on what Parkinson's disease is

The Danger of No Solutions

The danger of not addressing your Parkinson’s disease is that it is just going to become more and more progressive. Ultimately, having Parkinson’s means there is something internally going wrong in your body specifically in your brain. Unfortunately, there are no known causes for this disease although all of the research points to something within the human genes.

Some people may tell you medicines and pills can help manage the symptoms, but actually figuring out why your body is reacting in such a way is most important. Looking at the way your body functions as well as studying your genetics can help determine which ways you should address your Parkinson’s.

Dr. Goodbinder’s Method

At Epigenetics Healing Center, Dr. Goodbinder will figure out the best solutions to your Parkinson’s disease symptoms. He will study your bodily functions and then provide the lifestyle changes you need in order to properly address your disease. Not everyone is alike, and everyone’s disease is different. Trust the professionals at The Epigenetics Healing Center to find solutions beyond the pills and prescription medications. Call today to schedule your appointment.

Infographic Source: The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research |



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Dr. Jay Goodbinder ND DC DABCI is a doctor in Kansas City, MO who serves patients in the surrounding Kansas City areas, cities across the United States, and in several countries around the world.