A recent research claimed to have found a new treatment which would be able to help those who suffer from long-term stroke and Parkinson's disease patients. It has been spearheaded by Professor Bruce Murdoch from the University of Queensland. It was made possible with the help of magnetic pulses which would be able to instigate affected area of the brain.
It is believed that this new technique would be able to help those who struggle to speak again after they suffer from Parkinson's and stroke. "That is unusual and the degree of improvement that we've seen over a long period of time, up to 12 months, is also unusual”, he said.
There are high expectations that a lot of improvement would be made with this new treatment in the time to come, and might change the future course of Parkinson's disease patients life. This treatment builds a sense of confidence in patients so that they can talk freely they way they used to do before being diagnosed with health issues.
Professor Murdoch is reported to have shared the same in a national speech pathology conference in Hobart. He is calling for funds for the research so that patients can be given the much deserving relief.