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Video Library: Parkinson's Disease

Each year, experts at the OHSU Parkinson Center present valuable information to people with Parkinson's and their families at our annual Parkinson's disease symposium and other events.

The OHSU Brain Institute provides access to the following videos so all Parkinson's disease patients and their families can benefit from the leading-edge information presented at a number of these events. Click on the Parkinson's videos listed below to watch them online.

6th Annual Young People with Parkinson’s Disease Symposium: Insight & Inspirations
March 17, 2012

Greeting
Ben Petrick, former Major Leaguer with Colorado Rockies

A Vision of Hope for Your Future
Matthew Brodsky, MD

Potential Mobility Constraints in PD
Laurie King, PT, PhD

Prevention of Mobility Constraints: A Tailor Made Exercise Program for PD
Live demonstration with Jennifer Wilhelm, DPT

Maintaining Intimacy and Emotional Connection
Dr. Sheila Silver, Clinical Sexologist

Here for Each Other: Panel of Young People with PD
Moderated by Julie Carter, ANP

28th Annual Parkinson’s Disease Symposium: Options & Opportunities
September 10, 2011

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Hot Topics in Parkinson Care & Research
Andrew Siderowf, M.D.

Sight & PD: The Eyes Have It
William Hills, M.D.

Speaking Your Mind: Communications Supports in PD
Melanie Fried-Oken, Ph.D., S.L.P.

Nighty-Night: Sleeping Challenges with PD
Amie Peterson, M.D.


26th Annual Parkinson’s Disease Symposium: Options & Opportunities – PD & the Brain

These videos are Windows Media format:

Parkinson's Disease: Brain Conversations
Monique Giroux, M.D.

Enhancing Resiliency: CBT Skills to Improve Your Life
Kristine Hanna, Ph.D.

Keeping the Brain Sharp!
Joseph Quinn, M.D.

Brain Queries: Research Update and Ask the Experts
John Nutt, M.D.; Steven Johnson, M.D.; Kathryn Chung, M.D.; Fay Horak, Ph.D.

25th Annual Parkinson's Disease Symposium: Options & Opportunities - Living Well with PD

These videos require the free RealPlayer

Where we've been, where we're going!
Ron Pfeiffer, M.D.

Diagnostic Research & Gene Therapy
Matt Brodsky, M.D.

Alternative Therapies: Current Research for PD
Julie Carter, A.N.P.

DBS Past, Present, Future
Panel

24th Annual Parkinson's Disease Symposium
September 8, 2007

Why Exercise for PD?
Fay Horak, Ph.D., P.T.

What is Pilates & Why Is It Important to PD?
Bettina Blank

Balance Exercises and PD
Laurie King, Ph.D., P.T.

Aerobic Exercise for PD
Kerri Winters-Stone, Ph.D.

What is Special About Exercise for PD? Questions & Answers
Panel

Staying Connected: The Importance of Relationships for Mind Body Wellness
Kristine Hanna, Ph.D.

Nutrition and Wellness in PD
Lynne Shinto, N.D., M.P.H.

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