Future Meetings


September 14 – meeting agenda – Mary Piel will talk about (and do some of) LSVT BIG

September 14, 2017

Join the CDPSG Support Group for the monthly meeting.

The Capital District Parkinson’s Support Group meets at 7 PM the second Thursday of every month at the Beverwyck Senior Center located at Krumkill Road, Slingerlands, New York.  No meetings in January and February.

There will be networking.  Patients, spouses, siblings, medical professionals/students, friends, and caregivers are welcome to attend to learn more about Parkinson’s disease or obtain information.

Topic

Mary Piel will talk about (and do some of) LSVT BIG

She is an occupational therapist at Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital. She is certified in LSVT BIG which is a nationally recognized treatment for patient’s with Parkinson’s. Sunnyview has several therapist that are certified in LSVT BIG and they have also begun a Wellness Program for patient’s with Parkinson’s.

 


October 12, 2017 – Meeting agenda – speaker will be Dr. Eric Mulho

  1. October 12, 2017

Join the CDPSG Support Group for the monthly meeting.

The Capital District Parkinson’s Support Group meets at 7 PM the second Thursday of every month at the Beverwyck Senior Center located at Krumkill Road, Slingerlands, New York.  No meetings in January and February.

There will be networking.  Patients, spouses, siblings, medical professionals/students, friends, and caregivers are welcome to attend to learn more about Parkinson’s disease or obtain information.

Our speaker will be Dr. Eric Mulho

Dr. Eric Molho is Director of one of the only comprehensive Movement Disorders and Parkinson’s Disease Centers in New York State. His practice is almost exclusively devoted to treating Parkinson’s disease, tremor, and dystonia, as well as other movement disorders. Dr. Molho has served as the principal investigator on numerous clinical trials for Parkinson’s disease, enabling him to offer the most advanced treatments and knowledge to his patients. He is also uniquely skilled and experienced in botulinium injections for dystonia, providing patients with optimum results. Patients value his comprehensive and compassionate approach: “The best that I can offer is my time and expertise,” explains Dr. Molho. “These are complex cases and I feel it’s important to take the time to distinguish each individual patient’s needs, tolerance for medication and lifestyle in order to ensure the best treatment outcomes.”
Dr. Molho is a graduate of Albany Medical College where he currently serves as a professor of neurology and the Riley Family Chair in Parkinson’s Disease. At Albany Medical Center, he completed his residency in neurology and a fellowship in movement disorders with Dr. Stewart Factor. He has served as the co-director of the Tardive Dyskinesia Clinic and Huntington’s Disease Comprehensive Care Center, as well as the course director of the 2nd year clinical neurosciences course at Albany Medical College. As an active member of the American Academy of Neurology and Movement Disorders Society, Parkinson Study Group, Huntington Study Group and Dystonia Study Group, Dr. Molho is undoubtedly a leader in his field uncovering medical breakthroughs and providing exceptional patient care.


November 9, 2017 – Meeting agenda

November 9, 2017

Join the CDPSG Support Group for the monthly meeting.

The Capital District Parkinson’s Support Group meets at 7 PM the second Thursday of every month at the Beverwyck Senior Center located at Krumkill Road, Slingerlands, New York.  No meetings in January and February.

Patients, spouses, siblings, medical professionals/students, friends, and caregivers are welcome to attend to learn more about Parkinson’s disease or obtain information.

 Topic : “Rap session:” open discussion about living with PD; may separate into PD and caregiver
groups

December 14, 2017 – meeting agenda (date TBD)

December 14, 2017 (date TBD)
Holiday party
January, February no meetings

Join the CDPSG Support Group for the monthly meeting.

The Capital District Parkinson’s Support Group meets at 7 PM the second Thursday of every month at the Beverwyck Senior Center located at Krumkill Road, Slingerlands, New York.  No meetings in January and February.

There will be networking.  Patients, spouses, siblings, medical professionals/students, friends, and caregivers are welcome to attend to learn more about Parkinson’s disease or obtain information.