European Parkinson Therapy Centre
(EuPaTh) is a no profit association
Created through International co-operation and managed by experts and people with Parkinson’s and governed by
– Members of the association’s board of control
– EuPaTh Board of Management
– International Scientific committee
The European Parkinson Centre fills an important gap in Parkinson care, focusing on the earlier stages of the condition and works closely with Universities, National associations and Hospitals and is recognized for it’s 4 pillars protocol, one on one therapy and unique understanding of Parkinson’s as one of the founders, Alexander Reed has Parkinson.
The European Parkinson Centre believes that People with parkinson deserve better care and information using a multi level centered approach.
OUR CORE PRINCIPLES:
The diagnosis of Parkinson not only changes your life but also that of your family. Just the diagnosis, in fact, can cause depression, fear and denial. The European Parkinson’s Therapy Centre (non-profit) was created with the support of leading neurologists, researchers and therapists from the US, Italy and England to help families from all over Europe to deal with this situation and have the therapy, the knowledge, the support and the tools you need along with the motivation to continue therapy at home and deal with Parkinson’s in a pro-active way.
The Centre has achieved an international reputation for its innovative multi-layered approach based on research showing that people with Parkinson’s and their families can live well with Parkinson’s. It requires changes but there is a way to fight the condition and maintain a good quality of life. The center now has representative offices in 40 countries, is a consultant to National Associations and collaborates with the Universities and other centers of research across the world. Founded by Alexander Reed, with over 10 years of Parkinson’s. The centre not only treats Parkinson’s but also KNOWS Parkinson’s
Situated in the pretty Alpine Spa town of Boario Terme, near to the major Airports of Bergamo, Milan and Verona.
The main languages of the centre are English and Italian
The Parkinson Centre and adjacent Spa
The Spa facility available at local supplement