If you or someone you love has Parkinson’s Disease, an upcoming meeting of the Lexington Area Parkinson’s Support Group may help.
Dr. Cherian Karunapuzha, a Movement Disorder Specialist and Neurologist at Meinders Center for Movement Disorders in Oklahoma City, will be the guest speaker.
The live, free event takes place at 11 a.m., Monday, Sept. 14 via Zoom.
You can join the free meeting by visiting the Support Group website or by clicking on this link: https://w2ogroup.zoom.us/j/98793927769?pwd=dDU3UE16V21HQ0ZCVjRWUDV2UjB1UT09
Dr. Karunapuzah, who did his residency at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center-Neurology, says this about himself:
“My approach to medicine is very extensive,” Karunapuzha says on the Mercy website. “I do not deal with only one aspect of a disease because most of the movement disorders we treat are very multi-faceted. At Mercy, we have developed a comprehensive multidisciplinary program which serves as a one-stop shop for care for all aspects of movement disorders. This first of a kind center for Oklahoma will provide patients and referring physicians access to advanced care.”
Dr. Karunapuzah is a board-certified, fellowship-trained movement disorder neurologist who has specialized training and access to advanced technology for treating various neurological disorder.