Listen: How innovative treatments are changing the outlook for Parkinson's patients

Three generations sit together on a park bench.

More than 10 million people worldwide are living with Parkinson's disease, and about 60,000 Americans are diagnosed with this life-changing condition each year. If you know someone with Parkinson's or another movement disorder, you know how much it can affect their life – from drinking a glass of water to walking around the house.

Dr. Zain Guduru, a neurologist at the Kentucky Neuroscience Institute, was recently a guest on UK HealthCast to explain what movement disorders are and the many new ways that they can be treated.

Listen below.

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