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"Parkinson’s Roundtable Discussion"

Presented by Dr. Elizabeth L. Peckham, DO

and hosted by Victor Becker
Saturday November 20, 2021 – 2:00 pm
Victor Becker, one of our very own PD board members is hosting a Freestyle Q&A this month with Dr. Elizabeth Peckham. Dr. Peckham specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease. Parkinsonism, Essential tremor, Myoclonus, Tourette’s syndrome/Tics, Ataxia, Dystonia, Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS), Huntington’s disease, Tardive Dyskinesia, and Psychogenic movement disorders.  She also has extensive experience with the evaluation for and programming of deep brain stimulator and botulinum toxin injections.
 
You are encouraged to submit your own questions to info@capitalareaparkinsons.org by November 15, however, questions can also be asked during the session.

*Did you miss the meeting?

Stay tuned for the YouTube link.

Dr. Elizabeth Peckham

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Meet Our Partners

AGE of Central Texas is a regional nonprofit organization that provides education and support to people all along the spectrum of growing older. Serving over 3,000 older adults and caregivers annually, AGE primary programs include adult day health care, caregiver education and resources, early memory loss support, health equipment lending, and peer-based computer classes for seniors. Learn more at AGEofCentralTX.org.

Power for Parkinson’s is a non-profit that provides multiple opportunities for free exercise, dance, and social programming in Austin and the surrounding communities. Research from the Parkinson’s Outcomes Project shows that regular exercise enhances the quality of life, and PfP helps make a wide variety of professionally moderated and structured exercise programs available for all those in the area. Learn more at PowerForParkinsons.org.

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