The Friends of Parkinson’s, a local non-profit benefitting people with Parkinson’s Disease, is hosting their third annual “Funny Bunny” Race for Parkinson’s at W. Wayne Bunker Park (7351 W. Alexander Road) from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 15. Continue Reading
Although science has yet to find a cure for Parkinson’s disease, new technologies have proved valuable in monitoring and administering treatments for controlling its symptoms.
About a half-million people suffer from Parkinson’s disease, a progressive degenerative condition characterized by slowness of movement, tremors and instability, the National Parkinson Foundation estimates. Continue Reading
A local nonprofit is connecting with health care providers and patients to provide the latest news on technological advances in Parkinson’s disease research.
Friends of Parkinson’s, which offers support groups and therapy programs for Parkinson’s patients, hosts its Living Well With Parkinson’s Through Innovation and Technology medical symposium Friday and Saturday. Continue Reading
|The Friends of Parkinson’s, local non-profit benefitting people with Parkinson’s Disease, hosted their Parkinson’s “All Shook Up” Sock Hop fundraiser. This 50’s inspired event featured classic cars, music to rock ‘round the clock to, the Friends of Parkinson’s board advisors, community supporters, Parkinson’s disease care partners, family, and friends. Continue Reading|