STRUTHERS PARKINSON'S CENTER
At Struthers Parkinson’s Center, we’re nationally recognized for the care and support services we provide to our patients and their families.
Our experts include neurologists, nurses, occupational and physical therapists, speech pathologists, social workers and more. And through our team-based approach, we offer a full range of services to improve your physical, social, emotional and spiritual well-being.
We provide top medical management, rehabilitation and support services to help our patients and their families live well with Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders.
Medical management services are provided by a variety of specialists on your care team and include:
For certain patients, deep brain stimulation surgery (DBS) is another treatment option. DBS is a procedure in which our neurosurgeons use electrical impulses to counteract the irregular impulses that cause abnormal movement.
We provide an assessment beforehand, as well as after-care following the procedure. To learn more about DBS, you can attend one of our informational classes. Learn more on our
Our rehabilitation services help you or your loved one manage
Our patient support services are resources that help provide education, guidance and/or therapeutic care throughout your treatment. Visit our
We recognize the important role family members play in helping patients overcome obstacles associated with Parkinson’s. That’s why we also offer support services designed with caregivers in mind. These include:
The Struthers Parkinson’s Care Network (SPCN) brings the expertise and experience of Struthers Parkinson’s Center to independent home care, assisted living and senior residential community organizations. This unique relationship gives members additional insight into the complexities of Parkinson’s symptoms through the advanced training and ongoing education provided by Struthers Parkinson’s Center.
Caregivers and staff are trained to recognize and understand the complex and often-changing
For more information about SPCN and partner members, call
We are proud to take part in advanced clinical research, and patients may have the opportunity to participate.