We are very excited that Dr. Nicole Dietz will be speaking at our next meeting on March 4th. What an opportunity to learn more about managing your PD medical experience in such an intimate setting with a neurologist. While I asked her to address how to make the most of our neurologist appointments, I’m sure there are other questions you’d like to ask, too.
Mark the calendar and then go back and highlight the day of March 4th just to be sure. The time is the usual 1pm -2:30 pm.
From the Neurology Center of Fairfax Provider Profiles:
Dr. Nicole Dietz, a native of Northern Virginia, received her B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. Dr. Dietz attended Georgetown University where she was enrolled in a dual degree program, earning both an M.D. as well as a Ph.D. in Neuroscience. Dr. Dietz then completed her medical internship and neurology residency at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. From there she returned to Georgetown University for a fellowship in Movement Disorders. Dr. Dietz is board-certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Dr. Dietz has a special interest in treating movement disorders, including Parkinson’s disease, Parkinson-plus syndromes, essential tremor, focal and generalized dystonias, Huntington’s disease, Tourette’s syndrome, and drug-induced parkinsonism. She has expertise in the use of botulinum toxin for cervical and limb dystonia, spasticity, blepharospasm, hemifacial spasm, sialorrhea (drooling), and migraine. In addition, Dr. Dietz is proficient in deep brain stimulation (DBS) programming for Parkinson’s disease, essential tremor, and focal and generalized dystonia.
Dr. Dietz joined the Neurology Center of Fairfax in the Fall of 2013.
Looking forward to seeing everyone.
The meetings just keep getting better and better.
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She sounds wonderful!
I’m very excited. There’s only 20 women in our group so it is an amazing opportunity to discuss PD management with a neurologist in more than a 15 minute block. I’ll certainly post what we learn. Thanks for being such a supporter; I appreciate it. I don’t know how you find the time.