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2018 Alabama Parkinson Fighter Walk & 5K: Event Recap

Thanks to the PAA Jr. Board and other volunteers, the 2018 Alabama Parkinson Fighter Walk & 5K was a huge success! This years event included 350 participants and raised over…CLICK TO READ MORE

2017 Alabama Parkinson’s Fighter Walk

The Parkinson’s Association of Alabama is excited to announce that the 2017 Alabama Parkinson’s Fighter Walk is Saturday, March 4 @ 9 am at the Samford University Track on Lakeshore Parkway in Homewood, AL. Proceed benefit research towards a cure for Parkinson’s disease.

We encourage PD patients, caregivers, and loved ones to attend. To register online or obtain additional information about this great event, visit: ALABAMA PARKINSON’S FIGHTER WALK.

Parkinson’s Choices: Playing an Active Role In Your Treatment Plan

Registration is now open for the next installment in the APDA Spotlight series, Parkinson’s Choices: Playing an Active Role In Your Treatment Plan. 

This event is scheduled for Wednesday, August 17 from 12:00 – 1:00 Central Time and will be accessible online and via conference call. The presenters will be Dr. Jaime Hatcher-Martin of Emory University School of Medicine and Dr. Harrison Walker of the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Registration is free and open to the public. Please review the form below for registration instructions and additional information.

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Alabama Parkinson’s Fighter Walk

The Parkinson’s Association of Alabama is excited to announce that the The Alabama Parkinson’s Fighter Walk is March 5, 2016 @ 9 am at the Samford University Track on Lakeshore Parkway in Homewood, AL. Snacks and refreshments will be provided. Vendors will be on-site to provide health information. A Silent Auction will be held prior to start of the walk (beginning at 8:00am) with highest bidders announced after the walk. Net proceeds raised from the walk & silent auction will go to the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) for Parkinson’s research.

We encourage PD patients, caregivers, and loved ones to attend. To register online or obtain additional information about this great event, visit: ALABAMA PARKINSON’S FIGHTER WALK.

2015 Birmingham Symposium Video Recap 8: LSVT BIG and LOUD Therapy

We are pleased to present part 8 of an 8 part video series recapping the 2015 Birmingham Symposium hosted by The Parkinson Association of Alabama. Click the following link to watch the video: LSVT BIG and LOUD Therapy by Tracy Tracy.

2015 Birmingham Symposium Video Recap 7: PAN Update by Ashley Harms

We are pleased to present part 7 of an 8 part video series recapping the 2015 Birmingham Symposium hosted by The Parkinson Association of Alabama. Click the following link to watch the video: PAN Update by Ashley Harms.

2015 Birmingham Symposium Video Recap 6: Panel Discussion by the Wellness Team

We are pleased to present part 6 of an 8 part video series recapping the 2015 Birmingham Symposium hosted by The Parkinson Association of Alabama. Click the following link to watch the video: Panel Discussion by the Wellness Team.

2015 Birmingham Symposium Video Recap 4: Music and Movement by Christophe Jackson

We are pleased to present part 4 of an 8 part video series recapping the 2015 Birmingham Symposium hosted by The Parkinson Association of Alabama. Click the following link to watch the video: Music and Movement by Christophe Jackson.

2015 Birmingham Symposium Video Recap 5: Exercise RX for PD by Marcas Bamman

We are pleased to present part 5 of an 8 part video series recapping the 2015 Birmingham Symposium hosted by The Parkinson Association of Alabama. Click the following link to watch the video: Exercise RX for PD by Dr. Marcas Bamman.

2015 Birmingham Symposium Video 2: UAB Update

The Parkinson Association of Alabama was honored by the response to the 2015 Birmingham Symposium. We very much appreciate the support and enthusiasm from the many patients, caregivers, thought leaders, medical professionals, and sponsors that made this years event so successful. We could not do it with you and look forward to seeing you again at next years event.

Over the next two weeks we will be posting a video recording of each Symposium program segment that includes both the presentation and speaker. We encourage you to review and share this valuable information with anyone that may be interested.

We want to extend a special thanks to Online Symposia for donating their time and expertise to develop such a well crafted video record of the 2015 Birmingham Symposium.

Click the following link to watch the second video: UAB Update by Dr. David Standaert.