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TAA Virtual Conference 2020

May 15 & May 16, 2020 2020 Virtual Conference – FREE The Tourette Association of America is excited to launch their Inaugural Virtual Conference on May 15 & 16. This…

Dr. Armstrong to lead webinar about Corticobasal Syndrome

The Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration will be hosting a webinar taught by Dr. Melissa Armstrong titled “Corticobasal Syndrome & Corticobasal Degeneration: Basics & What You Need to Know”. Dr. Melissa Armstrong is an Associate Professor in the Department of Neurology and the Director of the…

MSA Coalition 2019 Annual Family Conference

Our own Dr. McFarland will be the host of this event at Disney. You can participate in workshops and hear talks from our team including our social worker, and our physical, occupational, and speech therapists. Join them for a helpful conference at Disney World. From the MSA Coalition: The MSA…

New Parkinson disease podcast from the Parkinson Foundation launches

What are the early signs of Parkinson’s? What are motor fluctuations? A new podcast from the Parkinson’s Foundation (the new name for the National Parkinson’s Foundation) aims to answer these questions and more. The podcast is called “Substantial Matters” and Dr. Michael Okun and…

Tourette Syndrome and Challenging Behaviors in School

Those affected by Tourette syndrome (TS) face a unique set of difficulties at school. In addition to facing the challenges with the motor or vocal tics themselves, the co-occurring conditions that are often associated can make the school environment very challenging.  Often times, students with TS and their…

Our 6 Top Blog Posts of 2016

At the UF Health Center for Movement Disorders and Neurorestoration, the patient is the sun and our clinical team revolves around the patient. A major goal for our website has always been to provide useful information to patients with movement disorders, even if those patients aren’t our own. In 2016,…

Backpack Organization Tips for School Success with Tourette Syndrome

Isn’t it fun having to shop for new school supplies with binders, paper, pens and pencils? Starting out with good intentions of keeping an organized locker, desk or backpack is something that we all strive for when we start out the school year.  However, when a student has Tourette syndrome,…

Podcast discusses need for neurologists to watch for swallowing issues

A new podcast called “Down the Hatch” discusses issues that swallowing clinicians face and news in their field. The podcast is hosted by two speech-language pathologists Ianessa Humbert, Ph.D., CCC-SLP and Alicia Vose, M.A., CCC-SL. In episode 4, they interviewed our Co-Director and Chair of Neurology, Dr. Michael Okun, about…

Annual UF Health Parkinson’s Educational Symposium coming April 11, 2015

This is a FREE educational day open to the public. It is a great way to update your knowledge of the specifics of Parkinson’s Disease and meet people who are fighting for a cure. Join us at: North Central Baptist Church: 8001 Northwest 23rd Avenue Gainesville, FL Registration starts…