Dr. Orehek Joins the Mary Hanson Show to Share the Latest on Parkinson’s Disease

Dr. Eleanor Orehek, board certified neurologist at Noran Clinic and specialist in movement disorders, has become a regular guest neurologist in a series of interviews regarding Parkinson’s Disease on The Mary Hanson Show. On January 6, 2019, Dr. Orehek joined Mary Hanson to discuss the latest updates on Parkinson’s Disease and treatments.
Read the Press Release regarding this latest interview: Press Release.


Watch the video below of her interview to hear the latest information on treating Parkinson’s Disease.

You can find the original video posted on Mary Hanson’s YouTube page here:
Parkinson’s Disease and Treatment (The Mary Hanson Show)

You can also watch past interviews regarding Parkinson’s Disease with Noran Clinic neurologists by following the links below:

Mary Hanson Interviews Dr. Vaou About the Non-Motor Symptoms of Parkinson’s (2013)
Mary Hanson Interviews Dr. Vaou About Depression and Parkinson’s (2014)
Mary Hansen Interviews Dr. Vaou About Dementia and Parkinson’s (2016)
Mary Hanson Interviews Dr. Vaou About Deep Brain Stimulation (2016)
Mary Hanson Interviews Dr. Orehek About Updates in Non-Motor Symptoms of Parkinson’s (2017)


To learn more about Dr. Orehek, visit her bio page here.



If you or a loved one have been showing signs of a possible movement disorder, or have been diagnosed and are seeking a neurologist for management of the disease and symptoms, call Noran Neurological Clinic at 612-879-1500 to make an appointment with a neurologist experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of movement disorders. As an expert in Parkinson’s Disease and other movement disorders, Dr. Orehek is also very involved in Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) in the treatment of symptoms in appropriate surgical candidates. If you are considering exploring this as a treatment option, ask for Dr. Eleanor Orehek.

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