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To help you and your loved ones navigate life with Parkinson's, a movement disorder specialist discusses Parkinson's research and care through blogs and videos.

Dr. Rachel Dolhun.

Meet Dr. Dolhun

Rachel Dolhun is a fellowship-trained movement disorder specialist, board-certified neurologist and vice president of medical communications at The Michael J. Fox Foundation.

  • All smiles from Team Fox during a rainy 2018 New York City Marathon.

    Ask the MD: Life Lessons from Marathon Training (No Running Required!)

    While training to run the NYC Marathon with Team Fox, MJFF’s on-staff doctor, Rachel Dolhun, MD, DipABLM, learned (or relearned) a lot about life outside of running — lessons that may inspire you to…

  • What’s in Your Parkinson’s Medicine Cabinet? (Ask the MD Video)

    Dr. Dolhun shares what to know and ask about available and upcoming Parkinson’s medications, wherever you are in your journey.

  • MJFF Patient Council Group Shot

    Ask the MD: Using your day-to-day for a better day with Parkinson’s

    MJFF Patient Council members share how they approach exercise, diet, sleep and other daily activities (“lifestyle”) to manage symptoms and improve life with Parkinson’s.

  • Grandfather and granddaughter laughing together

    In the Bathroom: Assistive Devices for People with Parkinson’s Disease

    Guest blogger, Karlee Pringle, discusses tools (assistive devices) to help people with Parkinson’s more safely and easily complete bathroom-related activities.

  • Dishing on Diet for Parkinson’s (Ask the MD Video)

    From plants to protein to probiotics, MJFF’s on-staff MD talks all things diet, Parkinson’s and brain health with a culinary medicine specialist.

  • Trials Testing New Therapies for Parkinson's Symptoms

    Ask the MD: A Skin Test for Parkinson’s

    Shortly after the announcement of a spinal fluid test for Parkinson’s, researchers share results of skin test for the disease, too. Learn about this test, how it compares to that in the spinal fluid,…

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