Speakers /

Mag. MA Ursula Löwe

Lecturer at the Sigmund Freud University Vienna - Faculty of Psychotherapy Sciences. Work and research focus: Coping with illness through artistic-dance therapy offers for people with Parkinson's. Art therapist Master of Arts MA. Dance and movement therapist. Anthropologist Mag. Speaker / trainer for health promotion and resilience.

Works in private practice in Vienna, as well as in the health center Schloss Prugg, long-term collaboration with Parkinson Patient Association Vienna, as well as active for Caritas, Jugend am Werk, patient association groups in the field of therapeutic art therapy (dance, music and expression) with people with disabilities.

Prof. Spiros Konitsiotis

Prof. Dr. Spyros Konitsiotis is Professor of Neurology at the University of Ioannina, Greece.
Leading expert in the treatment of Parkinson’s Disease.
He was closely involved in the development of PDMonitor®.

Dr. Volker Tomantschger

Dr. Volker Tomantschger is a specialist in neurology with a focus on movement disorders / neurodegenerative diseases in Hermagor, Carinthia.

Prof. Dr. Gottfried Kranz

Prof. Dr. Gottfried Kranz is medical director at the Neurological Rehabilitation Center Rosenhügel in Vienna. His scientific focus is on the treatment of movement disorders.

Prof. Dr. Christian Woeber

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Christian Wöber is a specialist in neurology and psychiatry and senior physician at the University Clinic for Neurology in Vienna. There he heads the special headache department and the acute outpatient department.

Prof. Dr. Burkhard Gustorff

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Burkhard Gustorff is head of the department for anesthesia, intensive care and pain medicine at the Ottakring Clinic (formerly Wilhelminenspital) in Vienna. He has been active in pain therapy and pain research for over 20 years. The focus is on neuropathic pain, pain diagnosis using QST and invasive pain therapy. He has a lot of experience in postgraduate education and university teaching and is considered to be a mediator between the current state of research and clinical practice.

Prof. Dr. med. Michael Kretzschmar

Dr. Michael Kretzschmar is the chief physician of the Center for Pain and Palliative Medicine at the SRH Waldklinikum Gera (Germany). He is professor for health services research at the SRH University of Health in Gera.

Dr. Caroline Thun

Dr. Caroline Thun-Hohenstein is a specialist in neurology with a focus on movement disorders. She heads the Parkinson's Center at the Confraternität private clinic.

Prof. Dr. med. Jan Vesper

Prof. Dr. med. Jan Vesper is head of the Center for Neuromodulation at the University Medical Center Düsseldorf (UKD).
His clinical as well as scientific focus is on functional neurosurgery, especially deep brain stimulation and the treatment of chronic neuropathic and nociceptive pain.

Prof. Dr. Jan-Peter Warnke

Prof. Dr. Jan-Peter Warnke is the chief physician of the neurosurgical department at the Paracelsus Clinic in Zwickau.

He is the Chairman of the board of Vigdis Thompson Foundation

Dr. Matthias Winkelmüller

Neurosurgeon (certified pain therapist of the German Society for Neurosurgery).

Head of the neurosurgical department at the Friederikenstift Hannover.

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