Emerging Therapies for Parkinson’s

Doctor checking brain testing result, analysis with modern virtual interface in laboratory

Now is a time for hope for people living with Parkinson’s. Research continues to prove that certain actions and behaviors can help people live well with Parkinson’s TODAY, and there are numerous drugs, surgical procedures, complementary therapies, and other treatments in the works to help treat symptoms and potentially slow or even stop the progression of Parkinson’s. In this one-hour webinar on January 26, movement disorder specialist Michael Okun, MD, will share the latest on emerging therapies for Parkinson’s and what’s coming down the pike for the Parkinson’s community.

To register for the webinar, click here. If you can’t make it live, be sure to register anyway because we will send everyone who registers a recording once it’s available.

If you have questions about emerging therapies for Parkinson’s that you’d like us to answer live on the webinar, please email them to blog@dpf.org.

About the speaker

Dr. Michael Okun received his medical degree with honors from the University of Florida. He was fellowship-trained by Mahlon DeLong, Jerrold Vitek, and Ray Watts at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, before founding the movement disorders program at the University of Florida. He is currently Chair of Neurology, Professor, and Executive Director of the Norman Fixel Institute for Neurological Diseases at the University of Florida Health College of Medicine. He is a co-author of Ending Parkinson’s, Living with Parkinson’s Disease and Parkinson’s Treatment: 10 Secrets to a Happier Life.

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