If you suspect your loved one is displaying symptoms of psychosis with Parkinson’s disease, there are actions you can take to help.
Andrew J. Ridder, M.D.
Andrew J. Ridder, M.D., is a movement disorders fellow and clinical lecturer. He completed his medical school training at the University of South Dakota Health Science Center and is a resident in neurology at the University of Michigan.
A combination of medication and other therapies can help ease non-motor symptoms affecting those with Parkinson’s disease.