About 10 million people worldwide live with Parkinson’s disease, and currents of those people want help in dealing with this illness without waiting months for an appointment or thumbing through hundreds of pages of difficult medical terminology.
Our state of Arizona is home to one of the finest Parkinson’s doctors in the world, Dr. Abraham Lieberman. Considerations about this illness weigh heavily on those effected by it, and a highly valuable book called The Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center 100 Questions and Answers about Parkinson’s Disease, offers clear and understandable help. The book provides its readers with the opportunity to have their questions intelligibly answered by a revered expert in the field.
One popular feature is that Dr. Lieberman answers common questions from the standpoint of both a doctor and a patient, giving people an inside look to the many components of this ubiquitous disease. In doing so, it supplies information to those in need about the treatment of Parkinson’s, the quality of life for those enduring it and different sources of support.
Dr. Lieberman is an acclaimed international leader in Parkinson’s disease. He obtained his medical degree from New York University Medical School and completed his residency at New York University Bellevue Medical Center, subsequently completing a pharmacology fellowship at New York University Medical Center. He is the Medical Director of the Movement Disorders Program and the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center.
Roughly one million Americans live with Parkinson’s disease, and according to Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, this number is higher than the number of people diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy and Lou Gehrig’s disease combined. To further enforce the magnitude of this data, approximately 60,000 Americans are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease each year; thousands of cases go unnoticed, and about 10 million people around the world are living with Parkinson’s disease today. Many of those suffering have managed to sustain thriving careers and loving families while living with their illness; it is still a difficult daily reality. Dr. Lieberman’s book helps its readers become more well informed and communicates with those who want the help on key concerns about this ubiquitous and strenuous disease.
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