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Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson’s Disease

Dr. Jochims is the most knowledgeable and experienced neurologist in the county for Parkinson’s. He remembers well going to visit his grandmother who suffered from Parkinson’s disease. She was nearly frozen in her nursing home chair, with no facial expression. Many members of his family, including his mother’s father and brother, suffered with Parkinson’s disease. Despite that, Parkinson’s is not genetic and family members are not at increased risk.

A Wealth of Special Training

During his neurology residency, Dr. Jochims was fortunate to work closely with the chief of neurology at the VA hospital and Froedtert hospitals in Milwaukee, treating patients with Parkinson’s disease. Today, he enjoys caring for patients because there are so many ways to treat their symptoms. Treatments have come a long way since he first saw his paralyzed grandmother in the 1970s. New medications and excellent surgical treatments are now available. Dr. Jochims has extensive knowledge of available procedures and facilitates proper referrals to academic centers for patients who are appropriate for such advanced procedures as deep brain stimulation (DBS).

Parkinson’s Treatments

Our goal at Neurological Wellness Clinic  is to help you find the best therapies to improve your quality of life and prolong independent living. Selecting the right combination of therapies for patients and families is both scientific and personal. Neurological Wellness Clinic offers:

  • Advanced pharmacotherapy
  • Movement disorder chemodenervation therapy (“medical Botox”)
  • Patient education and empowerment
  • BIG and LOUD comprehensive rehabilitation
  • Duopa treatment for advanced Parkinson’s disease
  • Learn more about Duopa™ treatment or watch the video below

Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative brain disease. It’s also the most common cause of dementia. Eventually, neurons are damaged to the point where basic motor functions and memory become difficult, or maybe even impossible. The cause of this neurological damage is often attributed to an accumulation of plaque or protein-based fragments surrounding neurons. These protein deposits are also closely linked with Parkinson’s disease. In fact, 50% to 80% of those with Parkinson’s develop some type of dementia. Because of the nature of this disease, it’s absolutely necessary to diagnose as early as possible.

Early Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease

People of all ages can fall victim to this disease. With proper identification and treatment, the quality of a person’s life can be significantly improved. Though there is no specific cure for Alzheimer’s disease, Neurological Wellness Clinic can recommend several courses of action that fit your diagnosis and individual needs.

The 10 early signs of Alzheimer’s disease include:

  • Memory loss
  • Problem-solving challenges
  • Difficulty with tasks
  • Loss of time/location
  • Vision and spatial relations issues
  • Trouble communicating
  • Inability to retrace steps
  • Poor judgment
  • Withdrawal from work/social life
  • Change in personality

Our professional staff at Neurological Wellness Clinic can assist in finding the right solution and treatment path for you or a loved one. We offer treatment for sleep loss, memory loss and behavioral issues.

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Dr. Sean Jochims, Neurologist

Dr. Sean Jochims graduated medical school with the prestigious Rick Wartgow Award for dedication to medicine. He also received Excellence in Teaching Awards as chief resident in neurology at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

  • Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin
  • Internship/Internal Medicine: Northwestern University
  • Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship: Rush Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, Chicago
  • Participant at Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine
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