Living with Parkinson's disease impacts every aspect of a patient's life, creating challenges as new symptoms emerges. Parkinson's disease is second most common neurodegenerative disease. The onset is insidious with slow rate of progression. About 5 million people are effected worldwide. the mean age of onset is between 58 and 62 years. Prevalence rises 1% with those with 60 years age to 4% in population over 80 years. Males are slightly more at risk than females. Rehabilitation to this disease will be very impactful, balancing exercises, counseling, schedule following, diet will be very helpful in recovery.