Stanford Movement Disorder Specialist to Discuss Non-Motor Symptoms of PD at San Jose Support Group, September 7, 10:00am-12:00pm

Stanford Movement Disorder Specialist to Discuss Non-Motor Symptoms of PD at San Jose Support Group, September 7, 10:00am-12:00pm

Kathleen Poston, MD, MS, movement disorder specialist, Stanford, will discuss non-motor symptoms of Parkinson’s (focusing specifically on fatigue, drowsiness, and depression) at the Willow Glen Parkinson’s Support Group meeting on September 7th at 10:00am. The program is free and open to anyone interested in learning more about these non-motor symptoms. An RSVP is not required for this meeting.

Here are the meeting details:

When: Friday, September 7, 10:00am-12:00pm

Where: St Francis Episcopal Church, 1205 Pine Ave. San Jose 95125. There is a very small parking lot adjacent to the church and street parking in the area. Parking is free. VTA also serves this area. Once you have arrived walk past the main entrance of the church to the small buildings at the rear of the property and find this month’s meeting space. You can find information on this, and other, support groups in our support group listings. If you have questions about the group and location, contact support group leader, Bart Narter, 408-634-2265.

Dr. Poston completed her neurology residency at UCSF, where she was Chief Resident. She completed a fellowship in clinical Movement Disorders under the mentorship of Dr. Stanley Fahn at Columbia University and post-doctoral research training in Functional Neuroimaging at the Feinstein Institute.

We have current and extensive links to resources on our webpage. Explore information on non-motor symptoms there, including fatigue and drowsiness and depression.  In addition, you can find online resources related to these topics from the Parkinson’s Foundation, the Michael J. Fox Foundation and the American Parkinson Disease Association.