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Jorge L. Juncos

Practicing Movement Disorders Specialist On the Benefits

Emory Healthcare

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Emory Healthcare

1440 Clifton Road NE

Atlanta, Georgia,30322

United States

Company Description

Emory Healthcare is a non-profit, charitable, academic health care system consisting of six hospitals, multiple provider locations and more than 2,000 faculty, employed and network physicians in approximately 70 specialties. As the most comprehensive health ca... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Associate Professor of Neurology

Emory University


Medical Director On the Executive Board of the Georgia Chapter

American Parkinson Disease Association , Inc.


Position, Neurology

Massachusetts General Hospital


Position, Internal Medicine

Roosevelt Hospital


Professor

Neurology Department


Affiliations

PD Gladiators Inc

Board Member


Tourette Syndrome Association , Inc.

Board Member


The PAS

Chair of the Organizing Committee


Education

Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons


Neurology

Harvard Medical School


M.D.


M.D.

American Academy of Neurology


M.D.

Emory


bachelor's degree

University of Puerto Rico


Web References(104 Total References)


Management Team | PD GLADIATORS

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Jorge L. Juncos, MD: Dr. Juncos serves as PD Gladiator's Medical Advisor.
He is Associate Professor of Neurology at Emory University School of Medicine and a practicing movement disorder specialist and clinical investigator in the Emory Movement Disorders Program. A graduate of the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, he served residencies in internal medicine at Roosevelt Hospital in NYC and neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital. He did research in Parkinson's at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center and at the Salpetriere Hospital in Paris, France. He is the co-author of over 70 scientific publications and has a keen interest in studies on the effect of exercise on Parkinson's disease patients. Dr. Juncos is the Medical Director on the Executive Board of the Georgia Chapter of the American Parkinson Disease Association. He served as a director of PD Gladiators from 2014 to 2016.


pdgladiators.org

Our newest Director, Dr. Jorge Juncos, an Associate Professor of Neurology at the Emory School of Medicine and a practicing movement disorders specialist at The Emory Clinic, the largest Parkinson's practice in the U.S., will be delivering a presentation on the benefits of exercise in PD to the annual meeting of the Georgia Neurological Society this weekend, and PD Gladiators will be among the few exhibitors at the meeting.
Emory's Dr. Jorge Juncos Announces New Paradigm for Exercise and Physical Therapy Upon Parkinson's Diagnosis A Daughter Supports Her Gladiator Mom by Running for the Money Emory's Jorge Juncos, M.D. Joins PD Gladiators Board


Tourette Syndrome Association Medical Advisory Board

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Jorge J. Juncos, M.D., Emory University School of Medicine
Dr. Jorge Juncos, is a Professor of Neurology at Emory University School of Medicine where he has practiced since 1988. Dr. Juncos graduated from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1977 and completed fellowships at the National Institute of Health in 1987 and the Hospital De La Salpetriere (Neurochemistry Fellowship) in 1988. He is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Neurology. Doctor Juncos is a highly experienced doctor, with over 32 years of practice. His areas of clinical interest include adult attention deficit disorder and movement disorders especially dystonia, Parkinson's disease and Tourette Syndrome. He is the recipient of numerous NIH research grants and is the Principal Investigator of a number of industry supported clinical studies.


Atlanta Journal-Constitution Article About Our Work

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Wolf and Dr. Jorge L. Juncos are at the end of a three-year study of the effect of tai chi, qi gong and aerobic training on Parkinson's patients.Eastern" test, Juncos, associate professor of neurology at Emory, hopes to determine whether the mental training of tai chi and qi gong will be equivalent to the "huffing and puffing" of a more physical regimen."It would be fascinating," says Juncos, "if the mind body component overcomes the caloric expenditure."Morrill, 48, has worked with Wolf and Juncos in their studies of tai chi, Parkinson's and the elderly.Her patient repetitions and soothing voice proved perfect for the task, says Juncos, and the question for studies elsewhere is, "Can we do this without Cate?"Morrill likes incorporating tai chi moves as a component of everyday life.Hence, she suggests interpreting "wind blows the lotus leaves" this way: "You pick up the pot from the sink, you turn and put it on the stove."


Heal Your Brain!

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13. a) Resistance Training With Creatine Monohydrate Improves Upper-Body Strength in Patients With Parkinson Disease: A Randomized Trial, C. J. Hass, M. A. Collins, and J. L. Juncos [Emory U], Neurorehabil Neural Repair, March 1, 2007; 21(2): 107 - 115.
13. b) "Chinese Exercise Modalities in PD" Jorge L. Juncos, MD, NCCAM 2002, Grant R01-AT000612


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