Thu, Jan 21 | Alfred P. and Mamie V. Holley Academic C

Panama City's 2nd annual Parkinson's Wellness Expo

Parkinson's Wellness Expo the afternoon of 1/21/21. Free to the public. CEUs are pending. Registration here - your ticket will be your confirmation. Bring your confirmation ticket with you on the day of the seminar or show it electronically.
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Jan 21, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM CST
Alfred P. and Mamie V. Holley Academic C, Alfred P. and Mamie V. Holley Academic Center, Panama City, FL 32405, USA

About the Event

 12:00 Lunch sponsored by Supernus

12:15 Apokyn by Supernus - for "Off Episodes"  Lori Cheronis

          "Life with Parkinson's disease" testimonial

1:00  Keynote Panel Discussion PD is a movement disorder! Symptoms & treatment options for PD 

        The panel: Dr. Tara Kimbason, MD, MPH Tallahassee Memorial Hospital, a Neurosurgeon, and four local Neurologists


2:00   LSVT   Big – Therapy for improved movement


2:20 Current research and “Giving the Gift”

       Ericka Roush, Neuromedicine Brain   Bank, University of Florida


2:40   Parkinson’s Wellness Recovery (PWR) Program Deon Jones Physical Therapist

3:00 Break

3:15 Parkinson’s Care Program® - strategies for motor and non-motor symptoms of Parkinson’s disease

        Allison Lofton, Senior Helpers of   Panama City

3:35 The Evolving Landscape of Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson’s Disease  

       Alaine Keebaugh PhD, Boston   Scientific


4:00 Sleep Research for People living with   PD - Mayo Clinic


4:30 LSVT LOUD & Speech Vive – Speech therapy & loudness in Parkinson's disease 


4:45 Fighting   Back against PD In this corner   Hope!! 

        850 Strong Rock Steady   Boxing - Fighter demonstration & testimonials

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Dementia Family Pathways

1038 Jenks Avenue, Panama City, FL 32401

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