All Our Parkinson’s Videos in One Place

Parkinson's Videos - Davis Phinney Foundation

As much as we try to make everything on our site easily accessible, it’s not always easy to find what you’re looking for, especially when it comes to our video library. So, to save you time, we’ve linked all our videos to YouTube.

Here are a few of our latest and most popular videos to get you started. Take a look and click on the ones that spark your interest. And, if you want to make sure you never miss a new webinar, video, or interview, click the red SUBSCRIBE button on the right-hand side of our YouTube home page here. Oh, and if you like our video, let us know by clicking the thumbs up icon on the bottom right side of the video.

Davis Phinney Foundation Parkinson's YouTube Channel

Parkinson’s 101 for the Newly Diagnosed with Dr. Karunapuzha
Cognition and Other Non-Motor Symptoms in Parkinson’s with Dr. Jennifer Goldman
Dr. Daniel Weintraub – Cognitive Complications in Parkinson’s
Your DBS Questions Answered with Dr. Brontë-Stewart and Dr. Soania Mathur
Davis Phinney Foundation – Deep Brain Stimulation Webinar with Dr. Kara Beasley
Ask the Parkinson’s Expert – How Physical Therapy can help you live well with Parkinson’s
The Benefits of Duopa™ for People with Parkinson’s
Sexuality & Intimacy for People with Parkinson’s and Their Care Partners with Dr. Sheila Silver
Parkinson’s Nutrition for Living Well Today with John Duda
Helplessness & Hope in Parkinson’s with Judy Long
The Parkinson’s You Don’t See: Cognitive and Non-motor Symptoms
Parkinson’s Physical Therapy Panel – Davis Phinney Foundation

There are about 100 more videos available on our YouTube channel here.

Is there a topic we haven’t covered that you wish we would?

If so, please email us at blog@dpf.org. We have over a dozen more webinars and interviews planned for the year on topics such as depression and anxiety, pain, social capital, sleep, Dance for PD®, medication management, and more. However, if you’d like us to cover another topic that could help you and others live well with Parkinson’s, please let us know.