Parkinson’s Disease & Movement Disorders in Indore

Expert Care for Parkinson’s Disease & Movement Disorders: A Multidisciplinary Team Approach to Parkinson's Disease Care

Welcome to Jupiter Hospital, a reliable destination for Parkinson's Disease & Movement Disorders in Indore. At Jupiter Hospital, we recognise the unique challenges of Parkinson's Disease & Movement Disorders. While a permanent cure for Parkinson's disease remains elusive, our team of specialists is dedicated to helping you effectively manage the condition through a personalised blend of medications and therapeutic interventions.

Understanding the Disorder

Parkinson's disease is a chronic neurological ailment that gradually affects the nervous system. Symptoms may start with minor hand tremors, stiffness, slow movements, or speech difficulties. In its early stages, patients may exhibit a lack of facial expression, and their arms may not naturally swing while walking. Speech may become slurred or soft as the disease progresses.

It's important to note that Parkinson's disease cannot be completely eradicated, but our experienced medical professionals can offer treatments to alleviate its symptoms and enhance your overall quality of life. In specific cases, surgical options may be considered to target particular brain areas to alleviate your symptoms.


Dr. Vinod Kumar Rai

Speciality: Neurology

Designation: Consultant Neurologist

  • Indore

Dr. Apoorva Pauranik

Speciality: Dean - Acedemics, Teaching & Research

Designation: Dean - Acedemics and Teaching

  • Indore

Dr. Deepak Jain

Speciality: Neurology

Designation: Consultant - Neurology

  • Indore

Dr. Indu Bhana

Speciality: Neurology

Designation: Consultant - Neurologist

  • Indore

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Common Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson's disease can impact either one side or both sides of the body and commonly presents with the following signs:

  1. Difficulties in Movement:
    • Tremors, characterised by shaking, often affecting one side of the body
    • Slower movements and challenges in coordination
    • Muscle stiffness, hindering easy mobility
    • Struggles with balance, leading to frequent falls
  2. Symptoms Beyond Movement:
    • Speech becoming soft or slurred
    • Reduced facial expressiveness, resembling a fixed expression
    • Changes in handwriting, becoming smaller and harder to decipher
    • Issues with swallowing, resulting in drooling and choking
Exploring Parkinson’s Disease Risk Factors

Various factors can increase the likelihood of developing Parkinson's Disease:

  • Age: Typically escalates with age, particularly after crossing the age of 50.
  • Family History: A family history of Parkinson's Disease can heighten the risk.
  • Environmental Influences: Exposure to specific pesticides and toxins may contribute to an increased risk.
  • Gender: Men tend to have a higher likelihood of developing Parkinson's Disease than women.
  • Head Injuries: A history of severe head injuries may be associated with a greater risk.
  • Genetic Factors: Certain gene mutations may play a role in the onset of the condition.
Root Causes of Parkinson's Disease

Typically, this condition manifests in individuals aged 50 and older and stands as one of the most prevalent nervous system disorders among the elderly. In Parkinson's disease, the brain's nerve cells responsible for dopamine production degrade progressively. The shortage of dopamine impairs the proper functioning of these nerve cells, resulting in a loss of muscular control. This degeneration tends to worsen with time, although the precise reasons for the breakdown of these brain cells remain unknown.

Jupiter Hospital is your reliable Parkinson's Disease & Movement Disorders Hospital in Indore, and we are here to support you throughout your journey. Explore our comprehensive care options to find the solutions that best suit your individual needs.

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