My problem with Parksinon's disease centers around "freezing" (sticking to the ground) of the feet - especially when I pass through narrow passages, sit on a chair in front of a table, find my way between two obstacles and so on.
Generally, the advice given by experts relate to "freezing" while walking. I rarely experience this while walking. I would like to know if anyone else has a similar experience and if so, what remedy measures they resort to besides standard medication. It is generally felt that medications do not help to get rid of this problem. Some other effort has to be made to counteract this problem.
Your responses with regard to this matter will be much appreciated. Hope to hear from you soon.