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Parkinson’s Disease: Cognitive and Motor Aspect Affecting Swallowing

November 22, 2017

Learn about the motor and non-motor symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease. Explore how Parkinson’s Disease affects cognitive and swallow functions. Discover current treatment options that rapidly improve expiratory pressure in patients and learn to utilize the patient’s current level of functioning to maximize output.

Demo Video – Sapienza Parkinsons