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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Discussing intimacy can be difficult, but in this video, Susan Imke offers explanations of some barriers to intimacy for people with Parkinson’s and how to address them with your partner and your doctor.
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