Controversies in Parkinson’s Disease Webinar Series. Deep Brain Stimulation: Sooner or Later?
Tue, Nov 09 | https://vcuhealth.zoom.us/webinar/register/

Controversies in Parkinson’s Disease Webinar Series. Deep Brain Stimulation: Sooner or Later?

In this webinar, we will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of earlier and later DBS surgery.
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Time & Location

Nov 09, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
https://vcuhealth.zoom.us/webinar/register/

About the Event

Join the Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Center for conversations and audience Q&A with specialists whose research and clinical expertise focus on Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson’s Disease. The session will be moderated by exercise and wellness advocates from Power Over Parkinson’s and faculty at the VCU Parkinson’s & Movement Disorders Center.   Deep brain stimulation surgery is a safe and highly effective treatment for the motor features of Parkinson’s disease; nevertheless, quite a bit of controversy exists about the ideal time during the course of Parkinson’s disease to initiate deep brain stimulation surgery. In this webinar, we will engage deep brain stimulation experts from multiple academic centers across the United States to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of earlier versus later deep brain stimulation surgery. Featuring: Kelly Andrzejewski, D.O., Ph.D. Neurologist, University of Buffalo Director, Deep Brain Stimulation Program Joohi Jimenez-Shahed, M.D. Neurologist, Mount Sinai Medical Director, Movement Disorders Neuromodulation and Brain Circuit Therapeutics Paul Koch, M.D. Neurosurgeon, Virginia Commonwealth University Brett Youngerman, M.D., M.S. Neurosurgeon, New York Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia University Medical Center Moderated by: Brian Berman, MD, MS, FAAN Professor of Neurology and Bemiss Endowed Chair Chair, Movement Disorders Section Director, VCU Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Center Leslie Cloud, MD, MSc Associate Professor of Neurology and the Rogliano Family Endowed Chair VCU Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Center Gary Rogliano Founder, Power Over Parkinson’s Margaret Preston President, Power Over Parkinson’s

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