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Location Information
Struthers Parkinsons Center
6701 Country Club Dr.
Golden Valley, MN 55427


Struthers Parkinson’s Center offers a full range of medical management and quality-of-life services for people with Parkinson’s disease and related movement disorders and their families. Our experienced staff uses a team-based approach to provide specialized Parkinson’s care – physical, social, emotional and spiritual – to maximize your function and quality of life.

Our expert team includes neurologists, nurses, occupational therapists, physical therapists, music therapists, speech pathologists, social workers, chaplains and activities professionals.

Physician Services

  • Consultation with neurologists specialized in movement disorders
  • Deep brain stimulation (assessment and after-care) 
  • Full-day team assessment
  • Ongoing care management

Rehabilitation Services

  • Full-day team assessment
  • Occupational therapy
  • Physical therapy with LSVT BIG and PWR certified therapists
  • Specialty clinics for falls prevention, healthy eating and coping with thinking and memory changes
  • Speech therapy with LSVT LOUD certified therapists

Support Services

  • Advance care planning
  • Club CREATE
  • FOCUS program for recently diagnosed patients
  • Nursing assessment and education
  • Social worker support
  • Support groups in five state area
  • Therapeutic day program
  • Wellness and exercise program

Struther's Parkinsons Care Network

The Struthers Parkinson’s Care Network (SPCN) brings the expertise and experience of Struthers Parkinson’s Center to independent, assisted living and long-term care facilities. This unique relationship gives facilities additional insight into the complexities of Parkinson’s symptoms through the advanced training and ongoing education provided by Struthers Parkinson’s Center.

Caregivers and staff are trained to recognize and understand the complex and often-changing symptoms of Parkinson’s, leading to better communication and enhanced care. In addition, facilities receive specialized training in medication management and falls prevention. SPCN facilities also offer education, resources and support for patients and their families, including support groups and special activities.

For more information about SPCN and partner facilities, call 952-993-5495.

2020 Caregiver Skills Building Class Schedule

3rd Tuesday of each month, 1:30-2:30 p.m.

These free caregiver skills building classes are designed to help you learn skills for caring for your loved one. Meets third Tuesday of the month from 1:30 -2:30 at Struthers Parkinson’s Center in Golden Valley. No registration required.

2020 FOCUS classes

Were you or a loved one diagnosed with Parkinson's disease (PD) in the past year?

Learn more about PD in this free three hour class, offering an overview of Parkinson's disease, including facts about early symptoms, treatment and coping strategies.

Classes are held on Saturdays at Struthers Parkinson's Center. Call 952-993-5495 to register.

9 a.m. to 12 noon on the following dates:

  • January 25
  • April 25
  • July 25
  • October 17

2020 Progress and Possibilities

Progress & Possibilities 2020

Saturday, September 26 at Hyatt Regency, Bloomington MN

Deep brain stimulation informational classes

Deep brain stimulation surgery (DBS) may be an option for some people with Parkinson's disease. Learn more about this procedure, including:

  • How DBS surgery may help PD symptoms
  • Who is a good candidate for DBS
  • Tests needed before undergoing surgery
  • Follow up treatment
  • Individual and family support
  • Personal experiences from people who had the surgery

A free three hour class is offered several times during the year on Saturdays at Struthers Parkinson’s Center from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Call 952-993-5495 to register.

2020 class dates are:

  • March 28
  • May 16
  • August 22
  • November 14


Struthers Parkinson's Center recognizes the important role family members play in helping patients overcome obstacles and live well with Parkinson’s. Patients and care partners can benefit from these services.

  • Care partner support groups
  • Clinical research opportunities
  • Educational classes and conferences for patients, care partners and health professionals
  • Respite care through Club CREATE
  • Skills-building classes for family care partners 
  • Social services
  • Wellness activities for care partners and people with Parkinson's