Parkinson's Disease

By William J Gneiser

Summarize what happens to a person that has this genetic disorder

-It causes stiffness in movement and you also shake a lot with your hands most of your strength is gone and you can not lifting much up.

How do you get this disorder?

-Over the age of 60 you might get this in a 1-2% chance and you can get it from the age of 6 years old and up and sometimes it even passed down from generation.

What can a doctor do to help this disorder?

-The only thing a doctor can do to help you is a Medical Diagnosis or you have to try to fight the disease and move around more because than when you're moving your around you have a less chance of keeping it.

How is this disorder treated (how are the people who have this disorder helped to feel better)?

-It makes them feel better when nobody judges them if they walk slow or talk slow so the best thing for them is that someone talks to them and does stuff he or she likes to do.

List two important facts about this disorder

-This Disorder is named after a doctor named Dr James Parkinson

-The age under 40 years old 1-20 people will have the Disease