Currently, Parkinson's disease remains incurable. However, existing treatments to help cope with the large number of manifestations of this disease.
Drug treatment is not required in all patients, but only when symptoms are persistent and interfere with normal life. Since the same treatment may have different effect in different patients, it may take some time for the selection of precise dosages. Even then, symptoms may not go completely. In the early stages of Parkinson's disease, doctors often prescribe a combination of one or less "powerful" drugs - such as amantadine or antiholinergetiki, leaving the more effective drugs such as levodopa, for a period of more symptoms of the disease.