Parkinson’s Disease Therapy - IU Health Fishers
13100 E 136th St, Suite 2100
Fishers, IN 46037
IU Health physicians provide multidisciplinary care for you as you learn how to live with and manage Parkinson’s disease. Your physicians’ years of caring for patients with Parkinson’s disease allow them to teach you self-care techniques for the early stages of the condition. Your team will provide more intense therapies as the disease progresses.
Your neurologists work with physical, speech and occupational therapists specially trained in neurorehabilitation to help you maintain as much muscle and movement control as possible. IU Health neurosurgeons perform brain therapies to reduce movement problems. They employ a team approach to pinpoint Parkinson’s disease, which has no blood or diagnostic tests for diagnosis.
At the Indiana University Health Neuroscience Center, physicians collaborate with the Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Neurology. This gives them access to the latest research and knowledge about treatments for Parkinson’s disease. They will share their expertise to help you gain knowledge to feel empowered to manage your Parkinson’s disease.