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HOPE Apothecary: Managing Motor Fluctuations with Advanced Tech

June 27 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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Are motor fluctuations interrupting your day?
Managing Motor Fluctuations with Advanced Technology

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Join NWPF and Dr. Jennie Davis, Movement Disorder Specialist from Maple Valley Neurology to learn how StrivePD and Medtronic DBS BrainSense technology improve symptom identification to reduce motor fluctuations and personalize Parkinson’s treatment.

Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation thanks Medtronic for sponsoring this educational event for the PD community of the Northwest. To learn more about DBS therapy, visit www.medtronic.com

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Dr. Jennie Davis, DO, MDS

Jennie L. Davis, DO, is a board-certified neurologist with fellowship training in movement disorders and special expertise in deep brain stimulation (DBS). She earned her Doctorate in Osteopathic medicine from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Bradenton, Florida. She completed her internal medicine internship, neurology residency and movement disorder fellowship training at Medical College of Georgia. As a movement disorder neurologist, she is equipped to treat the complex symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. As a Doctor of Osteopathic medicine she learned to listen and partner with her patients to create a holistic and individualized care plan to help her patients live a full and active life. Dr. Davis opened her private practice in 2023. At Maple Valley Movement Neurology she works closely with patients and their families to develop customized treatment plans. She utilizes Medtronic’s advanced BrainSense technology and StrivePD biometric data to deliver personalized Parkinson’s care. Dr. Davis strives to improve the quality of life of patients with Parkinson’s disease by addressing the motor, non-motor and psychosocial dynamics of living with a chronic illness. She is passionate about patient education. Her goal is to help patients understand their disease and empower them to take control of their symptoms to live their best life.


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