Next Step

You qualify for a phone consultation with our Clinical Trials Specialist. We will call you this week. Together we will determine whether you can participate in a research study. We will provide important information so that you and your family can make an educated decision about whether participation in research is the right choice for you. Along with the phone consultation, we will need to review your medical records and will help you to acquire them, but first you need to give us permission.

For the highest level of support in the most expedited manner possible, please take a few minutes now to fill out the form allowing us to acquire your medical records to determine if you qualify for a study with us.

Newly diagnosed Parkinson’s patients are encouraged to read the following articles after completing the medical record release authorization.

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    Recognizing and Treating Dyskinesia

    Both dyskinesia and “off” episodes are common later in the disease course of Parkinson’s. Sometimes patients and their caregivers often have difficulty differentiating between the two states. This article aims to help [...]

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    Inadequately Controlled Motor Fluctuations

    Options Overview for Inadequately Controlled Motor Fluctuations As Parkinson’s disease progresses, the response to levodopa becomes more complex and medication beneficial effects begin to wear off between doses.   The variations in mobility such that [...]

  • • Dopamine Agonists – Dopamine agonists are drugs that work by stimulating parts of the brain that are usually stimulated by dopamine. This tricks the brain into thinking it is receiving an adequate amount of dopamine.

    Medicines for Parkinson’s Disease

    The major classes of anti-Parkinson medication include carbidopa-levodopa (often referred to as Sinemet), catechol-o-methyltransferase inhibitors or COMT inhibitors, monoamine oxidase type B inhibitors, dopamine agonists, amantadine, and anticholinergics. Many of these medications are used [...]

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