Common non-motor features in patients with Parkinson's disease

Motor symptoms are often the hallmark of PD, but as the disease progresses non-motor symptoms may become more disabling.

Kara J. Wyant, MD
Kara J. Wyant, MD
17th Dec 2023 • 1m read

Virtually all people with Parkinson’s will have at least one non-motor feature. In this lesson, you’ll learn to recognize non-motor symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease which can be roughly grouped into one of four categories:

  1. Neuropsychiatric
  2. Sleep
  3. Autonomic
  4. Sensory

Dive into this course as we cover pathophysiology, evaluate common motor and non-motor symptoms, learn how to initiate the best therapy, and more!

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