Parkinson

Parkinson Disease is a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system that affects the motor system of an individual. The symptoms of this long-term disease come slowly over time. In the early stage, the most obvious are tremors, muscle rigidity, slowness of movements, and difficulty in walking. The progressive and motor-impairing nature of these symptoms often changes normal daily living activities in to challenging tasks. At Rehab Store, we offer a wide variety of mobility equipment and assistive aids that can assist you or your loved ones in overcoming the daily challenges presented by Parkinson disease. Shop them from top-selling manufacturers like Kinsman, North Coast Medical, Maddak, Patterson, and many more @ discounted prices!

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Symptoms of Parkinson Disease

Some common symptoms of Parkinson disease are as follows:

  • Hand tremors 

  • Trouble moving or walking 

  • Trouble sleeping 

  • Stiff muscles 

  • Impaired posture and balance 

  • Loss of automatic movements 

  • Speech changes 

  • Writing changes 

  • Loss of smell

Adaptive equipment for Parkinson Disease

  • Dressing Aids - Dressing aids like zipper pulls, button hooks, dressing sticks, shoehorns, etc., are ideal for individuals who undergo tremors, lack dexterity, and face difficulty with balance and coordination. 

  • Kitchen Aids - Working in the kitchen often becomes a difficult task because of the dexterous movements that are required for cutting, chopping, and other similar activities. There are a variety of kitchen aids designed especially for people with Parkinson to make these tasks easier. 

  • Dining And Drinking Aids - Another difficult task is dining. It can be accomplished easily with the help of dining and drinking aids such as special grip cutleries, weighted utensils, special grip cups and mugs, scoop dishes, etc.