February 16, 2017 4:00-5:30 PM
Neurogenic Orthostatic Hypotension, nOH
Join us to hear Sarah Jones, MPA MS, Executive Director, Parkinson & Movement Disorder Alliance discuss hypotension in PD and answer questions you might have.
Do you think you know much about nOH? You may not know how it relates to your Parkinson’s and mistreatment or lack of treatment can be dangerous. Common in mid- and late-stage PD, low blood http://www.mindanews.com/buy-inderal/ pressure (orthostatic hypotension or OH) can cause loss of balance, fainting or falling. It can cause headaches and difficulty thinking-or no symptoms at all! Both PD and the medications used to treat it can cause this condition. It’s important that we understand what it is and how to keep it from negatively affecting our quality of life.
In January, Dr. Farley will kick-off the Wellness Series with an overview of our PWR! mission and how the PWR!Gym is changing healthcare paradigms for people with PD. Learn why wellness is an essential part of our PWR!4LIFE model and how the management of non-motor symptoms can help you get more out of exercise and life! Learn how to manage some of these non-motor symptoms from members of our PWR!Gym team. PWR! Staff will http://quotecorner.com/online-pharmacy.html share our plans to bring you MORE resources in 2017. This is a free public talk open to all individuals with PD, care partners, family members, and medical professionals.