Your support helps patients and families.
Parkinson’s Disease is a movement disorder that causes complications that increase over time, such as tremors, rigid muscles and problems with balance and speaking. Specialists of the brain and spinal cord, including neurologists at Banner Health, diagnose and treat patients with Parkinson’s disease. Banner Health also offers extensive rehabilitation programs and support groups to help patients and their families.
The Banner Sun Health Research Institute in Sun City, Arizona is recognized for its excellent reputation in age-related disorders. It is actively engaged in leading Parkinson’s research and clinical trials, while Banner Boswell Medical Center offers deep-brain stimulation for Parkinson’s patients who no longer benefit from medication. Your gifts to these medical facilities support patient care programs, family support services, and studies of investigational medications in the field of Alzheimer's and Parkinson’s disease.
Care and Hope for People with Parkinson’s Disease
There are many ways to make a difference in the lives of those living with or caring for a loved one with Parkinson’s Disease:
- Give Locally. Support the specific Banner Health medical center providing care for Parkinson’s disease patients and families in your community.
- Neuro Wellness. Help provide complementary medical treatments and therapies for individuals and families affected by Parkinson’s disease and other neurological conditions.
- Research. Support Banner Sun Health Research Institute in addressing the need for more effective, better tolerated treatments for memory and movement disorders. Your gifts help scientists conduct research in our labs and through clinical trials on the latest treatments for age-related diseases.
- Patient Assistance. Funded by a local family in 2009, the Meds Connection program helps patients who have trouble paying for medication. Your gifts help sustain this important program.
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OTHER WAYS TO HELP
If you or a loved one needs care or to learn more, visit the Banner Health Neurosciences website.