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Much More than a Movement Disorder

People with Parkinson’s disease (PD) suffer from a broad range of symptoms. Even though PD is often recognized from its tremor, those living with PD will tell you that there is much more going on.

Impaired function and reduced quality of life often prevent people with PD from working, exercising, socializing, and doing the things they want to do.

Sadly, nothing exists to halt the progression of these symptoms or eradicate the disease.

We aim to change that.

Major unaddressed Symptoms

Doctors increasingly recognize an array of non-motor symptoms that plague people with PD, symptoms that are poorly treated or not treated at all. The major unmet needs of people with PD include:

  • Depression, anxiety, and apathy
  • Cognitive impairment
  • Insomnia, fatigue, and daytime sleepiness
  • Hallucinations and delusions
  • Compulsive or addictive behavior
  • Constipation or urinary problems
  • Pain associated with muscle and joints rigidity
  • Sexual problems
  • Muscle cramps and dystonia

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Existing Treatments Introduce Side Effects

When people with PD are first treated with dopaminergic medications, they often see immediate improvements to the motor aspects of the disease. But these improvements can wane, requiring increased dosages or new therapies to sustain similar results. Sadly, these adjustments frequently introduce undesirable side effects.  Over time, the complexity of unresolved motor symptoms, undesirable side effects from medications, and unaddressed non-motor symptoms can produce significant difficulties.

New Hope: Improving Overall Function

Our specialized phototherapy promises to improve overall function for people with PD—without additional medication and on top of current care. In our phase 2 study involving nearly 100 participants, we saw broad improvement across an array of symptoms—both motor and non-motor—which has not been seen before. For the first time, these efforts demonstrated improvements in daytime sleepiness and fatigue, symptoms of PD often worsened by dopaminergic medications, the current standard of care for PD.

Improving Life for
People with PD

We are currently organizing a pivotal phase 3 study to confirm these results and validate the safety and efficacy of our specialized phototherapy.

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Improving Life for
People with PD

We are currently organizing a pivotal phase 3 study to confirm these results and validate the safety and efficacy of our specialized phototherapy.

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and to receive periodic notifications of upcoming clinical trials, research, and product releases.

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