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Parkisons disesase

Hi, This is for my Mother. She has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease 6 years ago. Even much before it was diagnosed she was having a pain in her feet... a kind of a pulling pain. After she was diagnosed with Parkinson's. by a neurologist she is on medication since then to till date but the leg pain doesn't seems to reduce, apart from pain her both the legs fingers gets folded, it gets released after few minutes untill then she will not be able to walk or move at all. We have changed Doctors and even done All required tests, but there is no remedy. Request you to please advise. Her age is 65 years now and she is not diabetic.
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Jehitha Ernakulam | Dental Surgeon
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Dear history is suggestive of a lumbar canal stenosis, it causes the muscle to have contracture and radicular pain over the nerves which are compressed. You need to have your mummy undergo a MRI scan of Lumbosacral Spine with whole spine screening, thus we will have a diagnosis of spinal cord compression level. Since she is having Parkinson's brain imaging is must (hope she has underwent the study before the commencement of treatment ) Dr Jehitha and Dr Lipin
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The leg pain is a problem independent of Parkinson's and has to be dealt separately Please consult a Neurosurgeon as soon as possible
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Dr. M. Kodeeswaran Chennai | Neurosurgeon
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Parkinson's disease will not to lead to any pain or folding of legs, so it can be an another issue not related to Parkinson's..may be related to your back nerves lower spine..so get a neurosurgeon opinion and follow his advice
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