While Parkinson disease typically affects older adults, it can occur earlier in life as well. Striking approximately 1 percent of the population, the condition is slightly more common in men and usually begins to manifest between the ages of 50 and 65.


The symptoms are caused by a gradual degeneration of nerve cells located in the region of the brain responsible for controlling movement.


Based on MEDI TOUR’s partnerships with the specialized medical centers, patients can now have access to latest medical treatments for the Parkinson disease (PD).

Treatment Types

  • Supportive therapies, such as Physiotherapy
  • Medication

MEDI TOUR’s service providers will investigate prognostic outcomes and utilization of medical services by patients diagnosed with the Parkinson disease, and to identify predictors of such use.


The patient may work with rehabilitation specialists to manage problems with walking, speaking, and other aspects of daily life. The medical team also includes nurses, social workers, physical, occupational and recreational therapists and other specialists.


Our service providers’ specialists prove, collaborate, and offer the patient the best possible outcomes, safety and service.

Did You Know?

There is no one-size-fits-all treatment approach when it comes to PD. However, medication is the most common treatment, along with some lifestyle modifications.