Stanford Movement Disorder Specialist to talk about urination and constipation issues in San Jose, February 3

Stanford Movement Disorder Specialist to talk about urination and constipation issues in San Jose, February 3

text_image_5.img.full.highVeronica Santini, MD, a movement disorder specialist at Stanford, will be talking about urination and constipation issues in Parkinson’s at the San Jose Parkinson’s Support Group meeting on Friday, February 3rd10am-noon, in Willow Glen.  The meeting is held at the St. Francis Episcopal Church, 1205 Pine Ave. Usually the meetings begin with some announcements such that the speaker starts at 10:20am.  This event is free and open to the public.  No need to RSVP.

The title of Dr. Santini’s talk is “If it’s not one thing, it’s another — urination and constipation in PD.”  Urinary and bowel symptoms are common in PD.  See our list of top resources on these non-motor symptoms:

Urinary Incontinence in PD

Constipation and Gastrointestinal Issues in PD

Dr. Santini specializes in the treatment of movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease and the atypical parkinsonism disorders.  While her talk will focus on urinary and bowel symptoms, she will answer audience questions on other PD-related topics.