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Should women with persistent neck pain worry about parkinson's?

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Dr. Todd Thompson
Neurosurgery
4 doctors agree

In brief: No

Neck pain is not a symptom of parkinson's disease.
Neck pain with weakness, numbness, coordination problems, or gait difficulty should be evaluated for possible spinal stenosis.

In brief: No

Neck pain is not a symptom of parkinson's disease.
Neck pain with weakness, numbness, coordination problems, or gait difficulty should be evaluated for possible spinal stenosis.
Dr. Todd Thompson
Dr. Todd Thompson
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Dr. Craig Morton
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine

In brief: No

Persistent neck pain is likely related to degenerative changes in the neck joints or discs and not parkinson's.
See your md if your neck pain persists greater than 2 weeks.

In brief: No

Persistent neck pain is likely related to degenerative changes in the neck joints or discs and not parkinson's.
See your md if your neck pain persists greater than 2 weeks.
Dr. Craig Morton
Dr. Craig Morton
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