Dean P. Sutherland, MD, PhD, Founder of the Southeastern Center for Parkinson Disease and Medical Director for Neuro Challenge Foundation for Parkinson's in Sarasota, Florida presented a session for 1,600 Parkinson patients and their caregivers live and via webcast today at the Michael J Fox Partners in Parkinson Conference in Tampa on the topic of "What to Expect At  An Appointment With A Parkinson Specialist." Nearly two additional hours were devoted to answering questions from patients from around the area. Robert Hauser, MD, MBA, Professor of Neurology and Director of the USF Health Burd Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Center of Excellence and Christopher Hess, MD, Assistant Professor of Neurology at the UF Center for Movement Disorders and Neurorestoration presented the latest in Parkinson research.


02/17/2016 6:34am

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08/28/2016 10:22pm

Thank you very much for this post. We would be very interested to attend your event next time. My uncle has Parkinson's and we have already explored all eastern treatments. I feel it's about time we be open to second opinion. Please keep us updated on your events.

03/15/2016 11:43pm

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Not everybody can afford himself/herself to appeal to a modern skilled specialist. This meeting allowa anyone to take a piece of advice for free. It's a good decision. Thanks Dean P. Sutherland for help, you' are a great man!

I certainly agree with you. Knowing that only few Doctors / Physician nowadays who have genuine concerns with patients. It is a sad reality that they are studying and researching all possibilities for business purposes but not mainly to help heal people. Nevertheless, I am grateful for Dr. Dean for doing this and for sharing his time and skills to help people being informed that there is hope! This is a very good news for each family whose among the family have the symptoms and the same problem. God bless you Dr. Dean and wish you more years to help people and cure people!

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02/06/2017 7:03am

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02/11/2017 9:27am

Dr. Dean Sutherland is an experienced and much qualified doctor. He should give some lectures at online universities too.

03/06/2017 6:16pm

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