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What are medications for Parkinson's disease?

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Dr. Alan Ali
Psychiatry
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In brief: Parkinson

Sinemet (carbidopa and levodopa) is what our neurologists use.
Consult your pcp for other options.

In brief: Parkinson

Sinemet (carbidopa and levodopa) is what our neurologists use.
Consult your pcp for other options.
Dr. Alan Ali
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Dr. Jerome Lisk
There are other medications for Parkinson disease such as Mirapex, Mirapex ER, Requip, Requip XL, Neupro, Azilect, Duopa, Rytary and Amantadine. Also one should consult with a Neurologist perferably one with a fellowship in movement disorders rather than a Primary Care Physician.
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