Join CurePSP for Ask The Doctor with Robert Hand, DPT.
In this webinar, Robert Hand, DPT, will present physical therapy techniques for PSP, CBD, and MSA patients. This program is designed to connect patients and family members to specialized physical therapy techniques that will evaluate and treat individuals with atypical parkinsonisms and other prime of life diseases. Attendees will feel more empowered to advocate for their medical and rehabilitation needs after this program. They will also receive practical tools that will help them formulate a plan for their healthcare journey.
This webinar is moderated by Joanna Teters, Community Outreach and Resource Manager, at CurePSP. Questions can be submitted to her at email@example.com or through registration.
Please note that any medications that are referred to in this video should not be tried unless under the supervision of a licensed professional.
About Robert Hand, DPT
Robert was invited to join the CurePSP Board of Directors in 2020 and he continues to work closely with the Patient and Carepartner Advocacy Committee. Robert serves as the Movement Disorders Program Coordinator at Virginia Commonwealth University Health in Richmond, VA. Prior to this role, he served as the clinical leader of the Parkinson’s program at Sheltering Arms Rehabilitation. He is a board-certified clinical specialist in neurologic physical therapy and is also certified in LSVT BIG and PWR!Moves. He serves as a mentor in the VCU-Sheltering Arms PT Neurologic Residency and is actively engaged with patient advocacy and education groups, such as CurePSP and Power Over Parkinson’s. He received his BS degree in Biology at York College of Pennsylvania and his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from The University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. His clinical focus is on the development of groundbreaking, disease-specific exercises and interventions for patients living with parkinsonisms and other prime of life diseases.
This webinar will also be recorded and emailed out in the following days to all registrants. Previous webinars can be found here.
Link to the webinar will be emailed out to registrants twice from Eventbrite before the event – the first one hour before the event and the second ten minutes before.