Who is a candidate for deep brain stimulation treatment for Parkinsons?
Deep brain stimulation, or DBS, is a surgical procedure that can improve the motor symptoms of Parkinson’s disease including tremor, bradykinesia, rigidity, and dyskinesia.
Parkinson's Masterclass: Advanced Therapeutics
Be prepared to help counsel and treat patients with middle- to late-stage Parkinson's disease.
Administering Parkinson’s therapy with pumps and pens
Administer Parkinson’s therapies with pumps and pens like a pro! Learn how to prepare the pump and pen parts for injection and start each therapy.
Administering subcutaneous apomorphine
Step-by-step for titrating pumps and pens for Parkinson's treatment.
Administering levodopa-carbidopa intestinal gel
Learn to calculate the morning and continuous infusion doses.
Lesioning procedures for the treatment of Parkinson’s Disease
Is MRI-guided focused ultrasound replacing conventional stereotactic thalamotomy and pallidotomy?
Explanation of motor fluctuations in Parkinson's
Let’s explore why patients experience the wearing-off phenomenon as Parkinson's advances.
Strategies to improve life balance for busy clinicians
Finding balance between the four domains in life can be a challenge when you are a busy clinician.
How to get started with the “Getting Things Done” (GTD) method
We show you how to apply David Allen’s GTD method to your busy clinical lifestyle.
Assessing your energy levels and current activities
Unlock peak productivity by syncing your daily activities with your energy levels. Dive into the science of energy rhythms, identify your prime productivity hours, and track your tasks to maximize efficiency.