Parkinson's Patient Community Conference

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The Cedars-Sinai Movement Disorders Program is hosting a free virtual event for the latest updates on Parkinson's Disease.

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The Cedars-Sinai Movement Disorders Program is gathering the community during Parkinson's Awareness Month to share the latest in scientific understanding of the progressive brain disorder. With promising new research emerging, Department of Neurology experts will highlight current clinical trials and equip patients and their caretakers with the resources to make the most informed care decisions. Our medical team will tackle both established and breakthrough Parkinson's treatments, including surgery and the full gamut of multidisciplinary care from physical and speech therapy to behavioral therapy. Participants can find out more about the treatments at our Parkinson's Disease Center.

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Date: 4/24/2021

Time: 9am to 12:45pm


Parkinson’s Disease: What’s New? | Michele Tagliati, MD

Established and Novel Medical Treatments for Parkinson’s Disease | Echo Tan, MD

Surgical Solutions for Advanced Parkinson’s Disease | Adam Mamelak, MD

Current Research Trials for Parkinson’s Disease | Elliot Hogg, MD

Parkinson’s Disease, a Multidisciplinary Approach: Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Language Pathology, Behavioral Therapy and Clinical Social Work | Members of our Multidisciplinary Team

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For any questions, please contact Bridget Frommel at or 310-248-6704

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