The Capital District Parkinson’s Support Group meets at 7 PM the second Thursday of most months at the Beverwyck Senior Center located at Krumkill Road, Slingerlands, New York. In January and February we meet in the afternoon of the second Saturday at 1:30.
Patients, spouses, siblings, medical professionals/students, friends, and caregivers are welcome to attend to learn more about Parkinson’s disease or obtain information.
Dr. Jennifer Durphy joined the Movement Disorders Division at Albany Medical Center in 2012. She completed her neurology residency training at Georgetown University in Washington, DC and went on to complete her fellowship training at Albany Medical Center under the guidance of Dr. Eric Molho. Her fellowship involved an in depth training in the diagnosis and management of the full range of common and rare movement disorders.
She brought this experience and her passion for patient care to the movement disorders clinic where she is accepting new patients with Parkinson’s disease, Hungtington’s disease, tremor, dystonia, restless legs syndrome and tics. She also sees patients one day per week at the Albany Medical Center multispecialty clinic in Malta.
Dr. Durphy’s special interests include the neurosurgical treatment of movement disorders, as well as botulinum toxin injections for dystonia. She explains:
“The diseases treated in a movement disorders clinic are complex and chronic conditions. It is important to me to take the time to get to know each patient individually and to understand how their condition impacts their life. I use this information to guide me in coming up with the best possible treatment plan for each patient.”