The Dystonia and Parkinson's Patient Symposium is a free event in New York City open to the general public, geared to patients living with dystonia and Parkinson’s disease, their caregivers, medical students and medical professionals. It begins at 8:45am and ends at 3:00pm. One portion of the program includes a panel discussion with renowned doctors, specialists and scientists as well as a question and answer portion with the audience. The second portion offers interactive classes of Chair Yoga, Emotional Coping Strategies , Alexander Technique and Chair Dance Therapy. This combination of panel discussions and interactive classes offers you an all encompassing experience to better educate and empower yourself. Registration is required to attend...
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Educate & Empower: Learn the Latest Treatments, Therapies, Coping Techniques and Research.
Date: February 28, 2012
Time: 8:45am - 3pm
Location: The Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue, New York City
For more information and to register visit: www.dystonia-parkinson.org/symposium2012 or call 212-682-9900.
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