Mind, Mood and Memory Series – Louisville

Mind, Mood and Memory Series There are many non-motor symptoms that are experienced because of Parkinson’s disease or medications used for treatment. Self-awareness is the first step to managing these symptoms. Are you comfortable discussing topics such as anxiety, night terrors, depression, Parkinson’s disease Psychosis, and sleep patterns while navigating… Continue reading

Mind, Mood and Memory Series – Evansville

Mind, Mood and Memory Series There are many non-motor symptoms that are experienced because of Parkinson’s disease or medications used for treatment. Self-awareness is the first step to managing these symptoms. Are you comfortable discussing topics such as anxiety, night terrors, depression, Parkinson’s disease psychosis, and sleep patterns while navigating… Continue reading

Rock Steady Boxing with Parkinson Support Center

March 5, 2018 The Parkinson Support Center currently offers Rock Steady Boxing Lite and provides scholarships for Rock Steady Boxing in several location throughout Louisville and Southern Indiana. Rock Steady Boxing is a non-contact boxing inspired class that can reverse, reduce and even delay the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease! Maximize… Continue reading

Run for Parkinson’s Disease

Saturday April 28, 2018 Run for Parkinson’s Disease and help support local Rock Steady Boxing (RSB) programs. In 2016 and 2017 Parkinson Support Center raised over $5,000 annually as a KDF charity partner. These funds provide monthly scholarships for participants of RSB at Core Combat, Full Moon Martial Arts and… Continue reading

4th Annual Pints for Parkinson’s

On Wednesday April 18th 2018, the Pints for Parkinson’s Foundation will be hosting the 4th Annual Pint’s for Parkinson’s™ benefit at Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant and 4th Street Live! After tremendous success last year, our goal for 2018 is to raise at least $35,000 for the Parkinson Support Center of… Continue reading

A Movement Disorder Presentation

WHO & WHAT: Dr. Zauber, along with two movement disorder nurses, Carla Vanamburg, BSN, RN and Lora Keesling, BSN, RN, will be presenting on the great work they are doing at the movement disorder center in Indianapolis. This will include an overview of the conditions treated, various therapies used to… Continue reading

Boxing Can Reduce Parkinson Progress

“I don’t count the days I have left; I make the days I have count.”  -Muhammad Ali Parkinson’s Disease (PD) is a progressive neurological disorder that affects over 8,000 people in the local area served by the Parkinson Support Center and more than 1 million nationwide. While we acknowledge that… Continue reading