75 Patients were evaluated of which 36 reported clinical improvements.
The other patients did not mention any clinical change or did mention natural disease progression.
According to 21 of those patients, their physicians did confirm their improvements. Five patients were able to decrease and four patients could even fully discontinue their Parkinson’s disease related medication.
Most patients reported a decrease of motor parkinsonism (N=29), including rigidity and tremor, resulting in improved speech (N=24), dexterity (N=23), swallowing (N=20), handwriting (N=20) and stability (N=19). Thirty patients also noticed increased motivation and/or initiative.