| | Parkinson's Leg Pain
My 87-year-old mother has had PD for 8+ years. She has been a crusader, always pushing ahead, exercising, etc. her doc says she is a poster child for his other patients....if they worked as hard as she does, they'd feel a lot better.
In the past few months she has been experiencing severe leg pain. She has a very high tolerance for pain, so it must be pretty bad for her to lay down. We massage her legs (Biofreeze, covered with long underwear) and a low heat heating pad, with pain relievers seem to help.
She is very active and frustrated when she gets sidelined by this.
Any thoughts or suggestions are greatly appreciated!
Barb in Dallas
Last edited by bcharlton; 10-13-2011 at 04:40 PM.