Archive | January, 2012

3rd Annual Reasons for HOPE for Essential Tremor

January 25, 2012

Comments Off on 3rd Annual Reasons for HOPE for Essential Tremor

The 3rd Annual Reasons for HOPE for anyone affected by ESSENTIAL TREMORSaturday, March 10, 201212:30 – 4:00 PMTuckahoe Library Meeting Room Participants will learn about area resources, receive research updates and discover coping techniques for essential tremor.  Presenters include:Claudia Testa, MD, PhDJeff Hoder, PT, DPT, NCSShirley Blackmore, MS, OTR/L There is no cost to attend […]

Continue reading...

Profiles feature – Karl Robb

January 11, 2012

Comments Off on Profiles feature – Karl Robb

At the age of 17, what Karl Robb thought was just a twitch in his left foot, was a harbinger of Parkinson’s disease. A final diagnosis took him six years, and just as many doctors.  It was not until his balance deteriorated, posture became poor, gait shuffled, and speech slurred, that he received a diagnosis.  […]

Continue reading...

Mark Your Calendars for The Victory Summit!

January 10, 2012

Comments Off on Mark Your Calendars for The Victory Summit!

Saturday, May 19, 2012 Richmond Convention Center 9:00 am – 3:15 pm The VCU Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Center is pleased to announce an exciting educational event coming to Richmond this spring: The Victory Summit Symposium. Produced by The Davis Phinney Foundation in partnership with the VCU Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Center, Southeast PADRECC, UVa […]

Continue reading...