Free Lecture: Precision neurosurgery for movement disorders, brain tumors and stroke

News & EventsFree Lecture: Precision neurosurgery for movement disorders, brain tumors and stroke
Oct 23, 2017
Providence Little Company of Mary
Medical Center Torrance
Center for Health Education
(next to the Outpatient Diagnostic Center)
4101 Torrance Blvd. Free valet parking
FREE COMMUNITY LECTURE
MONDAY, OCT. 23 | 6:30-8:30 PM
 
Your brain. It requires delicate treatment.
Learn about new treatment options for movement disorders, brain tumors and stroke.
If you or a loved one have been affected by a movement disorder, brain tumor or stroke please join us for this free, informative lecture where we will help you understand tendonitis, how it can be prevented, and what treatment options are available to help you get back to doing the things you love.

You will get expert information about:

Brain Tumors and Stroke

  • How are these conditions diagnosed?
  • What is the prognosis and recovery?
  • What are the new, minimally invasive treatment options?
  • What is available as part of novel precision therapy Clinical Trials?

 

Movement Disorders and Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS)

  • What is deep brain stimulation (DBS)?
  • What are the indications for DBS?
  • Who are the optimal candidates for DBS?
  • How is the DBS surgery performed?

Speakers: Achal Achrol, M.D., neurovascular surgeon, and Jean-Philippe Langevin, M.D., neurosurgeon

Moderator: David Bauer, rehabilitation services director

 
Reserve your space today.
Call 888-HEALING (432-5464) or visit ProvidenceClasses.org
 
Providence Little Company of Mary
Medical Center Torrance
Center for Health Education
(next to the Outpatient Diagnostic Center)
4101 Torrance Blvd. Free valet parking
 
Complimentary refreshments will be served.