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There are significant needs for movement disorders education and continuing education on Parkinson's Disease for healthcare providers in low resource regions globally.

Approach to the Exam for Parkinson's Disease
Stanford Medicine 25

Approach to the Exam for Parkinson's Disease

This video is brought to you by the Stanford Medicine 25 to teach you the exam to diagnose Parkinson's Disease confidently as well as monitor response to treatment or progression of disease. The video is lead by Dr. Kathleen Poston. She is faculty at Stanford and a neurologist with an expertise in movement disorders. She is an active researcher in the field of Parkinson's Disease and an wonderful clinician. (The patient is this video, Larry, is a patient of Dr. Poston's.) * All exams are demonstrated with examples of real abnormalities thanks to our amazing patients! Special thank you to Larry for being the primary patient in this video. Larry is an amazing teacher and person! The four cardinal parts of the exam for Parkinson's Disease (covered in detail in this video) are: 1) Bradykinesia (required for diagnosis of 2) Rigidity 3) Tremor (usually rest tremor but also kinetic and intentional tremor) 4) Issues with gait and postural instability The Stanford Medicine 25 program for bedside medicine at the Stanford School of Medicine aims to promote the culture of bedside medicine to make current and future clinicians and other healthcare provides better at the art of physical diagnosis and more confident at the bedside of their patients. Visit us: Website: Blog: http://stanfordmedicine25.stanford.ed... Facebook: Twitter:
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Movement, Spasticity, Balance and Coordination in MS - Neuroplasticity & Neurological reserve
The MS Views and News Learning Channel

Movement, Spasticity, Balance and Coordination in MS - Neuroplasticity & Neurological reserve

Learn with Dr.Gretchen Hawley -Physical therapist and MS specialist as she shares facts and updates on physical therapy, aspects of movement, strength, recovery, maintenance and gaining back function through neurological reserve and neuroplasticity. **Please share with others affected by MS or your family and friends!** Remember to SUBSCRIBE to MS Views and News :) Stay informed with MS news and videos. Click: (takes less than 30 seconds to complete) ------------------------------------------------------------ Click here: http// to watch our other Multiple Sclerosis (#MS) videos ------------------------------------------------------------ Website: ------------------------------------------------------------ Blog (MS News archives): ------------------------------------------------------------ Join the ms community on Social Media Pages: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: ------------------------------------------------------------ Send comments to: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Please help our mission to educate those affected by MS. Click to donate: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Neurologist Reviews MRI Live (Multiple Sclerosis)
Dr. Brandon Beaber

Neurologist Reviews MRI Live (Multiple Sclerosis)

Watch Me Analyze An MRI Live! Source of the MRI from Radiopaedia: Comment or ask questions below! I would be happy to answer! Subscribe on YouTube for more videos every Wednesday! Make video requests in the comments section! My book "Resilience in the Face of Multiple Sclerosis" on Amazon: Dr. Brandon Beaber is a board-certified neurologist with subspecialty training in multiple sclerosis and other immunological diseases of the nervous system. He is a partner in the Southern California Permanente Medical Group and practices in Downey, California (South Los Angeles). He has several publications on MS epidemiology and has participated in clinical trials for MS therapeutics. You can follow him on twitter @Brandon_Beaber where he regularly posts about MS news and research. Follow me on twitter: Music: INNER GRACE - Copyright 2018 Wilton Vought Source: Really Really Free Music Link: The video material by Dr. Brandon Beaber is general educational material on health conditions and is not intended to be used by viewers to diagnose or treat any individual's medical condition. Specifically, this material is not a substitute for individualized diagnostic and treatment advice by a qualified medical/health practitioner, licensed in your jurisdiction, who has access to the relevant information available from diagnostic testing, medical interviews, and a physical examination. To the extent that Dr. Beaber endorses any lifestyle change, behavioral intervention, or supplements, the viewer should consult with a qualified healthcare professional to determine the safety and efficacy of the intervention in light of their individualized information.
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