Portland Parkinson's Program in collaboration with The Oregon Clinic

At the Portland Parkinson’s Program, a team of neurologists, specially trained rehabilitation therapists and a social worker from Parkinson's Resources of Oregon, develop a comprehensive package of care that is personally tailored to help you achieve and maintain an active, high quality life with Parkinson's Disease.

Depending on the needs of the individual, this program may include:

  • medications
  •  physical therapy

  •  mental therapy

  • speech therapy 

  • balance training

  • surgery, including deep brain stimulation (DBS)

  • education

  • information on current Parkinson's disease research studies

  • referral to community programs for additional support and resources

 

Our providers

Richard Rosenbaum, M.D.

Brooke Walter, M.D.

Janis Denning, PA-C 

Mehmet Caglar Berk, M.D.

 

Our therapists

Mary Eileen Barr, PT
 
Julia Robinson, M.S., CCC-SLP

 

Location

Portland Parkinson’s Program
in collaboration with the Oregon Clinic

1600 NE Broadway

Portland, OR 97232

503-963-3100  

 

Parkinson's research in the news: Can a ketogenic, high fat diet help?

Upcoming Parkinson's Events:

Join our Portland Parkinson’s Program team on Saturday, September 6th to walk together in the 10th Annual “Sole Support for Parkinson’s.
This is a walk to raise awareness and funds for local Parkinson's related programs and services in Oregon & SW Washington. Sign up today!  

Cognitive Changes in Parkinson's Disease. Tuesday, September 16, 2104 noon- 1 p.m. Register online or call 1-800=426-6808
Presented by Dr. Richard Rosenbaum, MD, Neurologist at the Portland Parkinson's Program with the Oregon Clinic and Legacy Health. Learn how Parkinson's disease can affect thinking and memory, how to identify if this is a problem, and what treatment options and strategies exist to help people cope with the changes. This program presented in partnership with the Portland Parkinson's Program, The Oregon Clinic, and Legacy Health.

See a complete list of current Parkinson's lectures and events. 

 

 

The Oregon Clinic

The Oregon Clinic