On our YouTube channel, you’ll find hundreds of videos that can help you live well today, from webinar recordings and interviews to at-home exercise videos, Parkinson’s panels, and short clips from Parkinson’s experts and people living with Parkinson’s. Subscribe today so you never miss a video, and check out some of our most popular and helpful YouTube hits below.
Parkinson’s 101 For the Newly Diagnosed
In this webinar, Dr. Cherian Karunapuzha, a movement disorder specialist, shares his advice about what to expect after you’ve been diagnosed with Parkinson’s, what actions to take now, and how to live well today and for years to come. Countless members of our community have told us this is the best description of Parkinson’s they’ve ever heard. We hope you’ll find it useful on your path as well.
Medication Management For Motor Symptoms
During this in-depth webinar, movement disorder specialist Dr. Aaron Haug discusses treatment strategies and explains in detail the specific medications used to treat the motor symptoms of Parkinson’s.
LIVING WELL WITH PARKINSON’S: A CONVERSATION WITH BRIAN GRANT AND DAVIS PHINNEY
Brian Grant had a long and successful 12-year career in basketball. In 2008, at age 36, Brian was diagnosed with Parkinson’s. Davis Phinney was an Olympic Bronze medalist and Tour de France stage winner who claimed the most victories of any cyclist in American history. In 2000, at age 40, Davis was diagnosed with Parkinson’s. Since being diagnosed, both of these athletes have made it their mission to do everything they can to thrive not just survive with Parkinson’s, and inspire others to do the same. In this genuine, inspiring, and relatable conversation, Brian and Davis talk about their experiences as athletes receiving a Parkinson’s diagnosis, their difficulties in accepting the physical and mental challenges that have occurred with the progression of their Parkinson’s, and how and why they are passionate about living well with Parkinson’s each and every day.
Our YOPD Council series brings together people diagnosed with young onset Parkinson’s for a monthly discussion on topics that are unique to their experience, including work, parenting, dating, disability, finances, and much more. Catch up on all the lively, honest, and personal conversations on our YOPD Council Playlist.
Ask the Parkinson’s Expert
When you’re looking for brief, to-the-point responses to some of the most common questions about Parkinson’s, turn to our Ask the Parkinson’s Expert playlist. Here, you’ll find short clips from people with Parkinson’s and Parkinson’s professionals about everything from telling your family about your diagnosis to finding a speech-language therapist (and so much more).