Susan Imke, FNP, GNP-C, from Kane Hall Barry Neurology takes a no-nonsense approach to guiding people through life with Parkinson’s. Part Dr. Phil and part Molly Ivins, Susan’s humorous and thoroughly enjoyable approach to a serious subject hits the mark. Her talk covers topics including communicating with doctors, strategies for coping with various Parkinson’s symptoms, injury prevention, and maintaining a loving, positive relationship with care partners and family. You won’t believe how much great information is packed into this short subject on the intricacies of living well with Parkinson’s.
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