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…

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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…

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Knocking Out Parkinson’s Disease

  Saturday, December 3, 2016 From 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Location: Muhammad Ali Center  144 N. 6th Street  Louisville, Ky 40202 Click for map/directions, or call (502) 584‐9254 Speakers: John Ramsey, Louisville Television and Radio Personality Topic: Sharing the Muhammad Ali Experience Erika Branch, Executive Director for the Parkinson Support Center…

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2017 Frances E. Lang Living Well with Parkinson’s Symposium

A special thank you those all who made this year’s “Living Well with Parkinson’s Disease Symposium” a success. As promised, below are highlights from our presentations and acknowledgements of our sponsors.   Presentations Dr. Mohammad S. Alsorogi Contact Information Advancements in Parkinson’s Disease – Xadago Andrea Peake, MS CCC-SLP Speech…

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2nd Annual deGraaf Caregiver’s Retreat

Please join us for a day focused on the Caregiver.  This annual retreat is in memory of one of the Parkinson Support Center’s long time Board Members and a “Caregiver” to those in the community Karen deGraaf.  Hear from three prominent speakers in the community on topics relevant to the…

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Dining for Dollars

Buffalo Wild Wings partners with Parkinson Support Center of Kentuckiana Instead of cooking this Wednesday, Kentuckiana Residents are encouraged to visit Buffalo Wild Wings at any time during the day. 10% percent of the proceeds from all checks will be donated by to the Parkinson Support Center. Donations will be applied…

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