Is It Related to PD? Runny Noses, Skin Changes and Overlooked PD Symptoms

Tuesday, April 18, 2017
01:00 PM to 02:00 PM

Do you ever wonder: is this symptom related to PD? Learn more about runny noses, skin changes and other overlooked PD symptoms by joining a one-hour PDF online seminar led by W. Lawrence Severt, M.D., Ph.D., Attending Neurologist, Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center.

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Learning Objectives: 
  • Understand overlooked symptoms of PD
  • Learn to differentiate whether symptoms are related or unrelated to PD
  • Find strategies for talking about overlooked symptoms with a health care provider
  • Learn tips for coping with overlooked symptoms
W. Lawrence Severt , M.D., Ph.D. , Attending Neurologist, Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center


Dr. Severt is a movement disorders neurologist, who specializes in Parkinson’s disease. In fact, he is one of the 150 movement disorder specialists nationwide who have undergone PDF-supported fellowship training to specialize in Parkinson's.

Dr. Severt received his medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia. He completed both his residency training and fellowship at the PDF Research Center at Columbia University Medical Center. Dr. Severt is board certified in neurology.

Questions? CEUs?

If you have questions about how to join this PD ExpertBriefing, by phone or online, please see our PD ExpertBriefing FAQ.

Are you a health care professional seeking continuing education units? CEUs are provided via PDF’s sponsorship of the American Society on Aging. When registering for this PD ExpertBriefing, please be sure to indicate interest in CEUs. Health professionals have 30 days in which to view the live or recorded seminar and apply for CEUs. It may take an additional 30 days to process CEUs.

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This series has been made possible by educational grants from AbbVie, Inc., Sunovion and Lundbeck LLC.

It is designed in collaboration with Dallas Area Parkinsonism Society (DAPS); Houston Area Parkinson Society (HAPS); Michigan Parkinson Foundation (MPF); the Neuro Challenge Foundation (NCF); Parkinson Association of the Carolinas (PAC); Parkinson Association of the Rockies (PAR); Parkinson's Association (PA) and Parkinson Support Center of Kentuckiana (PSCKY).