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Parkinson’s disease

Maintain your quality of life through a unique learning experience

Welcome to the Panorama Patient Network, LLC (PPN). PPN provides easy to understand information about Parkinson's disease (PD) from trusted experts in the field of PD through a series of educational videos and interactive educational infographics.

These are designed to provide you with information to facilitate communications between you and your doctor that allows you to build a plan to maintain and improve the quality of your daily living.
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Understanding your symptoms

Parkinson’s disease is more than just tremors

Parkinson's disease (PD) is commonly associated with tremors and slowness of movement. But in addition to understanding such motor symptoms, it is important to understand that PD can cause a variety of nonmotor complications, some of which might occur even before the patient is diagnosed.

Our educational videos and additional content are designed to provide you with information explaining the various symptoms associated with PD, including motor and nonmotor symptoms, and ranging from the time of diagnosis to many years later. The Panorama Patient Network, LLC allows you to learn from trusted experts by watching them in their discussions with patients with PD.
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Treatment options

Learn about medications and surgical treatments that help you maintain your quality of life

Though Parkinson's disease (PD) cannot be cured at this time, there exist a wide array of medications that can help you live a close to normal life. The educational videos and additional content produced by the Panorama Patient Network, LLC provide you with information explaining treatment options you can discuss with your doctor.

In our videos, you will see experienced physicians explaining medication options, ranging from how to treat a newly diagnosed patient all the way to treating patients who have had PD for many, many years. The videos discuss medications that address motor symptoms (such as tremors and slowness of movement) as well as nonmotor symptoms (including anxiety and depression).
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Welcome to PPN's Parkinson's disease video library. Whether you’re newly diagnosed or have been living with PD for years we know you have questions. Let our expert thought leaders in the field of PD provide you with the answers by selecting from the categories below. Not sure where to start? We suggest you click here to learn more about what your diagnosis means.
News & Updates

Courtesy of our friends at the

Michael J. Fox Foundation

Jan 20, 2018

What Does the Government Shutdown Mean for the Parkinson's Community?

In the early hours of Saturday, January 20, the federal government shut down. This happened because Congress was unable to agree...
Jan 19, 2018

Foundation Advocates for Access to Medicare Therapy Services

Because Parkinson's involves a wide range of motor and non-motor symptoms, many people living with the disease choose to work...
Jan 18, 2018

Parkinson's Nilotinib Trial Enrolling Participants

A Phase II clinical trial to evaluate the safety and tolerability of nilotinib in Parkinson's disease (PD) -- NILO-PD --...
Jan 18, 2018

Genetic Mutation Links Parkinson's and Crohn's Disease

A new study finds that mutations in the LRRK2 gene -- a leading genetic contributor to Parkinson's disease (...
Jan 17, 2018

Results Are in: Scientific Experts Advance Ways to Detect and Predict PD

In partnership with The Michael J. Fox Foundation (MJFF), Sage Bionetworks
Jan 12, 2018

Rigorous Research Creates Scientific Tools to Advance Parkinson's Therapies

Like any job, learning about disease and developing new treatments takes the right tools. The Michael J. Fox Foundation works...
Jan 12, 2018

365 Days and Over $10M Raised: An Inspiring Year for Team Fox

Each January, our team takes a moment to humbly reflect back on the incredible efforts of our collective Team Fox...
Jan 10, 2018

Helping Drive Research Just around the Corner to a Cure

When Bob Benjamin invited friends and colleagues to his fortieth birthday party, he never anticipated it would blossom into millions...
Jan 09, 2018

Moving a Cure -- and Fitness Goals -- over the Finish Line

New year, the same resolution to exercise more? Need new #MotivationMonday inspiration? Kick-start your health and fitness goals in 2018 with...
Jan 04, 2018

Brewing a Potential Marker for Parkinson's

Millions of people reach for a caffeinated beverage each morning to jumpstart the day. Now, early research indicates that the...
Courtesy of our friends at the Michael J. Fox Foundation
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World Parkinson Coalition

Jan 17, 2018

Palliative Care Is About Living As Well As Possible For As Long As Possible

by Benzi Kluger MD, MS
Jan 8, 2018

The Emotional Side Effects of Cognitive Change

by Elaine Book, MSW, RSW
Jan 3, 2018

Planning For Prevention. It Is Time.

by Michael Schwarzschild, MD PhD
Dec 27, 2017

If You Can Dream It, You Can Do It!

by Elisabeth Ildal
Dec 19, 2017

Patient Advocates Respond to the PD Pandemic

by Sara Riggare MSc, PhD candidate & Jonathan A. Stamford BSc, PhD, DSc
Dec 19, 2017

How I Live Well With Parkinson's

by Garry Ballenger
Dec 14, 2017

Look, Listen and Learn: The Importance of Patients(ce)

by Daniel Weintraub, MD
Dec 11, 2017

You May Have The Upper Hand For Now, But You Will Not Win

by Malin Parmar, PhD
Dec 4, 2017

Parkinson’s Disease and Music: Bringing Together Community with a Therapy for All

by Matthew Brodsky, MD
Nov 29, 2017

Investing in Yourself

by Allison Smith, MA, LMFT
Nov 27, 2017

Why We Are Excited About MRI of Neuromelanin to Predict Parkinson's

by David Sulzer, PhD & Luigi Zecca MD, PhD
Nov 20, 2017

The Power of Addition

by Dave Iverson
Nov 13, 2017

The State of Nursing Education on Parkinson's Disease

by Gwyn M. Vernon, MSN, RN, CRNP
Nov 6, 2017

Where Are You?

by Omotola Thomas, MSc
Nov 2, 2017

How Parkinson's May Make Swallowing Difficult

by Hanneke Kalf, PhD, SLP-CCC
Oct 23, 2017

The Risk of Over Giving

by Julie Carter RN, MN, ANP
Oct 16, 2017

Medical Community Stuck on Therapeutic Strategies That are Counter to Scientific Evidence

by Oscar S. Gershanik, MD
Oct 11, 2017

The Role of Genetics in Personalized Medicine for Parkinson's Disease

by Nir Giladi, MD
Oct 2, 2017

Raising Awareness of PD Shame and Embarrassment

by Julio F. Angulo, PhD
Sep 25, 2017

The FDA and Oversight of Stem Cells: Implications for Parkinson’s Disease

by Jeffrey H. Kordower, PhD and Patrik Brundin MD, PhD
Sep 19, 2017

Advice For Those With A Curiosity To Find A Cure For The Shaking Palsy

by A.J. Lees MD, FRCP, FMedSci
Sep 18, 2017

Serendipity, Benevolence, Acorns And Oaks: Enabling Improved Care Of PwP In Sub-Saharan Africa

by Njideka U. Okubadejo, MBChB, FMCP
Sep 11, 2017

Advocacy at Altitude

by Andy McDowell
Sep 4, 2017

Personal Intimacy and Sexuality in Parkinson's Disease

by Gila Bronner, MPH, MSW
Aug 7, 2017

Optimism from a Realist

by Kalpana Merchant, PhD
Jul 31, 2017

Waiting and Hoping

by Jon Palfreman, PhD
Jul 24, 2017

LRRK2: It’s Not All About The Neurons

by Darcie A. Cook and Malú G. Tansey, PhD
Jul 20, 2017

Reducing Stress through Communication

by Peter Fletcher, MB ChB FRCP MSc
Jul 17, 2017

To Predict and Prevent

by Matthew Farrer, PhD
Jul 10, 2017

Developing disease-modifying therapies in Parkinson’s Disease: The buzz about LRRK2 kinase inhibitors

by Andrew B. West, PhD
Jun 19, 2017

Tom Isaacs - ROCK STAR

by Jon Stamford, BSc PhD DSc
Jun 16, 2017

Towards an Understanding of the Cognitive Changes in Parkinson's

by Javier Castro-Hernández, MD & David Finkelstein, PhD
Jun 12, 2017

Get Out and Keep Going

by Linda Olsen, MD
Jun 2, 2017

Personalised Medicine and Parkinson's Disease: From Genes to Personality

by Nataliya Titova, MD, PhD & K. Ray Chaudhuri, MD, FRCP, DSc
Jun 1, 2017

Our Favorite Memories of Tom Isaacs

by the WPC Staff
May 29, 2017

The Flu and You: How Viruses Influence the Risk of Parkinson's

by Richard Smeyne, PhD
May 22, 2017

HOW and WHEN can we truly create a Global Parkinson’s Community?

by Maria Barretto, PhD
May 15, 2017

“Tip-of-the-Iceberg” Opportunities in Parkinson’s Disease

by Madelyn C. Houser & Malú G. Tansey, PhD
May 8, 2017

The US Parkinson’s Community: A Personal Assessment of the Impact of Two Decades of Change

by Robin Anthony Elliott
May 1, 2017

Breakthrough on the Horizon

by Ted Dawson, MD, PhD
Apr 24, 2017

Sweeter may be Bitter for Parkinson's Disease

by Tiago Fleming Outiero, PhD
Apr 10, 2017

Taking the First Pill

by Rebecca Miller, PhD
Mar 24, 2017

The Trials and Tribulations of Cell Transplants for Parkinson's Disease!

by Roger Barker PhD, MRCP
Mar 23, 2017

Launching the WPC blog

by Stanley Fahn, MD, WPC Founder & President Emeritus
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