A new study by University of Florida Health neurocritical care experts offers insight into potential neurologic complications of severe respiratory viruses, including COVID-19.
Dr. Okun will be answers your questions about Parkinson’s disease and hospitalization.
The new coronavirus poses a significant risk to people with Parkinson’s disease, and experts say they and their caregivers need to take precautions.
Join us on Wednesday, March 25 for a live Q&A with our National Medical Director Dr. Michael S. Okun! Dr. Okun will be answering YOUR questions about Parkinson’s disease and the COVID-19 coronavirus, and give you tips about the precautions you and your loved ones should take to stay healthy.
Choose cabin fever over corona fever: Tips for Parkinson’s disease patients and families to survive the corona COVID-19 crisis.
With the COVID-19 pandemic growing and Parkinson’s patients stuck in their homes, we thought this would be a great time to talk about tips drawn from our book on exercise in the home setting.
In this webinar, Dr. Okun addressed the current thinking on how to prevent the onset of Parkinson’s and more.
Neuroscientists at the University of Florida have identified a way to differentiate tics from voluntary movements by analyzing electrophysiological signals in the brain. For patients with Tourette syndrome, this discovery could potentially guide development of new neuromodulation therapies to relieve symptoms.
Lauren Kenney receives “Best Translational Neuropsychology Student Research” award from APA Division 40, and Adrianna Ratajska receives ‘Best Student Submission’ award by APA Division 40.
Swedish researchers report that very fit long-distance skiers were about 30% less likely to develop Parkinson’s disease during their 20-year study.