Dr.Jessica Wilden

Dr.Jessica Wilden

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Cant say enough about Dr.Wilden she is one of the most kindest most caring Person there is...

Dr. Jessica Wilden is a brain surgeon who clinically specializes in movement disorders, Parkinson’s disease, tremors, and seizures. She is also an expert in MRI based surgical techniques and deep brain stimulation analysis and programming.

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03/23/2022

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Virtual Reality and Motor Imagery With PT Ease Motor Symptoms 03/22/2022

Virtual Reality and Motor Imagery With PT Ease Motor Symptoms

Virtual Reality and Motor Imagery With PT Ease Motor Symptoms Combining a 12-week program of virtual reality (VR) training and motor imagery exercises with standard physical therapy (PT) significantly lessened motor symptoms — including tremors, slow movements (bradykinesia), and postural instability — among people with Parkinson's disease, according to a....

Parkinson's Awareness Song - Climb This Mountain 03/22/2022

Parkinson's Awareness Song - Climb This Mountain

Parkinson's Awareness Song - Climb This Mountain "Climb This Mountain" is the come-back release of country singer Rob Georg, after he took a break from his ca...

Heather Wolynic 03/22/2022

Heather Wolynic

Very important read

Heather Wolynic The Parkinson’s Foundation makes life better for people with Parkinson’s disease by improving care and advancing research toward a cure.

Excessive Sweating Can Affect Patients With Dyskinesia, Anxiety 03/18/2022

Excessive Sweating Can Affect Patients With Dyskinesia, Anxiety

Interesting, fairly rare symptom. But it happens!!! Literally any symptom can happen in PD, or at least that is how it seems sometimes!

Excessive Sweating Can Affect Patients With Dyskinesia, Anxiety Excessive sweating, known as hyperhidrosis, is fairly common among people with Parkinson’s and can worsen as the disease progresses, a three-year study of patients in early disease stages reported. Researchers also observed that hyperhidrosis was associated with motor symptoms like dyskinesia...

Diet, Agricultural Chemicals May Affect Disease Risk 03/18/2022

Diet, Agricultural Chemicals May Affect Disease Risk

Once again chemical exposure is bad and coffee is good so drink that morning brew!

Diet, Agricultural Chemicals May Affect Disease Risk People who consume more coffee and fish are less likely to develop Parkinson's disease, according to a new study from Italy. Results also indicate that exposure to agricultural chemicals may increase the risk of Parkinson's. The study, "Relationships of Nutritional Factors and Agrochemical...

Knowing Patients as People Key to Good Communication, Nurses Say 03/18/2022

Knowing Patients as People Key to Good Communication, Nurses Say

Good simple tips for helping communicate with people with PD!

Knowing Patients as People Key to Good Communication, Nurses Say Nurses emphasize the importance of developing relationships with Parkinson's patients in their care and getting to know these people as individuals for effective communication in healthcare settings, a study from Australia reports. The study, "Communication strategies used by Parkinson's nurse...

AI-Powered Device JOGO-Gx May Ease Tremors 03/18/2022

AI-Powered Device JOGO-Gx May Ease Tremors

Very interesting device development

AI-Powered Device JOGO-Gx May Ease Tremors JOGO-Gx, a device powered by an artificial intelligence-driven mobile app and wearable sensors, has shown early positive signs as a method to lessen motor symptoms in people with Parkinson’s disease. According to JOGO Health, the company that owns JOGO-Gx, using the device at least twice a week...

03/16/2022

Singalong Workout - JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute

Terri Weymouth 03/16/2022

Terri Weymouth

Terri Weymouth I would tell anyone newly diagnosed with Parkinson’s that you’ll have some good days and some bad days, but keep in mind that your Parkinson’s is different from your friends or your friend’s friend.

Magnetic Resonance-Guided Focused Ultrasound Thalamotomy... : Operative Neurosurgery 03/16/2022

Magnetic Resonance-Guided Focused Ultrasound Thalamotomy... : Operative Neurosurgery

Many professionals scoffed at our team when we proposed LITT thalamotomy under general anesthesia and subsequently published our initial series in Movement Disorders in 2019. Yet here this is courtesy of the esteemed Dr. Baltuch—thalamotomy under GETA. I guess we were just ahead of our time.

Magnetic Resonance-Guided Focused Ultrasound Thalamotomy... : Operative Neurosurgery l neurological assessments to guide lesioning. OBJECTIVE: To report the first case of MRgFUS thalamotomy under general anesthesia in a patient whose medical comorbidities prohibit him from being in a supine position without a secured airway. METHODS: The dentatorubrothalamic tract was directly targe...

Study Weighs Multidisciplinary Rehab Against Conventional Care 03/16/2022

Study Weighs Multidisciplinary Rehab Against Conventional Care

It is always good to have a care team!

Study Weighs Multidisciplinary Rehab Against Conventional Care Multidisciplinary rehabilitation for Parkinson’s disease is associated with reduced disability and better functional status and quality of life relative to conventional rehabilitation, according to a review study. However, these differences failed to reach statistical significance. This means...

Skin Biopsy Can Help Identify Patients With Parkinson’s Disease - Neuroscience News 03/16/2022

Skin Biopsy Can Help Identify Patients With Parkinson’s Disease - Neuroscience News

Skin Biopsy Can Help Identify Patients With Parkinson’s Disease - Neuroscience News The presence of p-syn on the skin distinguishes people with Parkinson's disease from those with Parkinson's symptoms associated with other neurological disorders.

Parkinson's Foundation: Keep on Moving! 03/16/2022

Parkinson's Foundation: Keep on Moving!

Parkinson's Foundation: Keep on Moving! The Parkinson's Foundation Moving Day Walk is a fun, inspiring fundraising event that unites families, friends and communities in the fight against Parkinson's disease. Held in cities across the United States, it is the first grassroots campaign that spotlights the disease on a national level and gi...

First Procedure for Groundbreaking Epilepsy Surgery Trial Performed at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center 03/15/2022

First Procedure for Groundbreaking Epilepsy Surgery Trial Performed at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

First Procedure for Groundbreaking Epilepsy Surgery Trial Performed at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center The START study is a collaboration of DHMC, the Yale School of Medicine and the Mayo Clinic.

More Evidence That Exercise Protects the Aging Brain 03/15/2022

More Evidence That Exercise Protects the Aging Brain

Get out there and do it!!!!! Exercise every day. Something is better than nothing!

More Evidence That Exercise Protects the Aging Brain FRIDAY, March 11, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Just a bit of exercise can help keep your brain in shape as you age, according to the latest study that shows how physical activity can benefit older minds."This finding isn't saying, 'If you're older, you need to go out there and start running marathons,'....

VGLUT2 Protein May Protect Neurons From Disease-related Degeneration 03/15/2022

VGLUT2 Protein May Protect Neurons From Disease-related Degeneration

VGLUT2 Protein May Protect Neurons From Disease-related Degeneration A protein involved in the transport of brain signaling molecules may confer protection against neurodegeneration in Parkinson’s disease, a study shows. This transport protein, called vesicular glutamate transporter 2 (VGLUT2), is associated with greater resilience to the toxic effects of...

Podcast Episode 55: Changing the Hospital Experience through Aware in Care 03/14/2022

Podcast Episode 55: Changing the Hospital Experience through Aware in Care

Podcast Episode 55: Changing the Hospital Experience through Aware in Care Annie Wallis and Leslie Peters talk about problems that can arise in the hospital, how to prepare for a hospitalization using the Aware in Care kit, and how the Aware in Care Ambassador program is dedicated to educating hospital staffs around the country

Timeline photos 03/14/2022

Timeline photos

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Parkinson's Foundation: Keep on Moving! 03/14/2022

Parkinson's Foundation: Keep on Moving!

Let's do this!!!!

Parkinson's Foundation: Keep on Moving! The Parkinson's Foundation Moving Day Walk is a fun, inspiring fundraising event that unites families, friends and communities in the fight against Parkinson's disease. Held in cities across the United States, it is the first grassroots campaign that spotlights the disease on a national level and gi...

AAN Issues Position Statement on Neuropalliative Care 03/14/2022

AAN Issues Position Statement on Neuropalliative Care

Super critical topic to discuss early on for best outcomes.

AAN Issues Position Statement on Neuropalliative Care Grow your career and enhance your membership experience. Find resources for wellness, equity, diversity, inclusion, anti-racism, and social justice.

Cognitive Problems Varied and Frequent in Late-stage Parkinson’s 03/14/2022

Cognitive Problems Varied and Frequent in Late-stage Parkinson’s

Cognitive Problems Varied and Frequent in Late-stage Parkinson’s Multiple cognitive difficulties, especially problems with memory, are quite common among people in the later stages of Parkinson's disease, a study in these patients reported. Its researchers found evidence of difficulties that ranged verbal learning to comprehension, with memory most severely...

Interlocking Finger Test Useful as Screening Tool for Dementia: Study 03/14/2022

Interlocking Finger Test Useful as Screening Tool for Dementia: Study

Interlocking Finger Test Useful as Screening Tool for Dementia: Study A modified version of the Interlocking Finger Test — a bedside screening done by assessing hand movements — could be useful for detecting dementia in people with Parkinson's disease, a new study indicates. "We recommend the use of the modified test version," the researchers wrote, noting that...

Fox Foundation Offering Guide on Medical Marijuana Use 03/14/2022

Fox Foundation Offering Guide on Medical Marijuana Use

Fox Foundation Offering Guide on Medical Marijuana Use The Michael J. Fox Foundation (MJFF) is offering a free guide about medical marijuana and Parkinson’s disease (PD) in response to a survey, conducted through Fox Insights, that found more than 70% of patients using cannabis for medical purposes. Nearly one of three respondents (31.8%) also...

The Crisis in Rural Health Care 03/14/2022

The Crisis in Rural Health Care

An important read for sure.

The Crisis in Rural Health Care Causes and Solutions for Financial Problems at Rural Hospitals

03/13/2022

Guaranteed results on this one.

Medical Marijuana and Parkinson’s Disease: New Resources 03/13/2022

Medical Marijuana and Parkinson’s Disease: New Resources

Medical Marijuana and Parkinson’s Disease: New Resources Many people are curious about medical marijuana for Parkinson’s. Dr. Dolhun shares the latest in a video and new guide.

03/11/2022

Warm Up Workout - Dance for Parkinson's

Tackling Disparities in PD Care: A Movement Disorder Specialist’s Story 03/11/2022

Tackling Disparities in PD Care: A Movement Disorder Specialist’s Story

Tackling Disparities in PD Care: A Movement Disorder Specialist’s Story For Lynda Nwabuobi, MD, a movement disorder specialist at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Institute, patient care is as much an art as a science

Inspire Sleep Apnea Innovation: An Alternative to CPAP 03/11/2022

Inspire Sleep Apnea Innovation: An Alternative to CPAP

Inspire Sleep Apnea Innovation: An Alternative to CPAP The physicians of The ENT & Allergy Centers of Texas are honored to provide Inspire to patients struggling with sleep apnea, for whom CPAP is not working. Le...

Sleep Apnea Accelerates Aging, but Treatment May Reverse It - Neuroscience News 03/10/2022

Sleep Apnea Accelerates Aging, but Treatment May Reverse It - Neuroscience News

Sleep Apnea Accelerates Aging, but Treatment May Reverse It - Neuroscience News Untreated obstructive sleep apnea can accelerate biological aging, but treating OSA can slow or even reverse the process.

03/10/2022
On the Menu: Nutrition & Parkinson’s Disease with Carley Rusch, MS, RDN, LDN, Neurology Dietitian 03/09/2022

On the Menu: Nutrition & Parkinson’s Disease with Carley Rusch, MS, RDN, LDN, Neurology Dietitian

On the Menu: Nutrition & Parkinson’s Disease with Carley Rusch, MS, RDN, LDN, Neurology Dietitian For more information on this topic, visit: https://www.parkinson.org/blog/research/Latest-in-Nutrition-and-Parkinsons-DiseaseA balanced diet is a foundation ...

Join the PD community 03/09/2022

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