Discover the unknown and explore the many facets of essential tremor at the IETF’s free, first-ever ET Expo. On Feb. 21, 2015, ET patients and their family and friends from across the nation will join together to get a first-hand look at the ins and outs of essential tremor.
To build on the current educational seminar series platform, the IETF is expanding on these events to include a more comprehensive approach to meet the needs of patients in all aspects of ET in a new, dynamic setting. The first pilot for the expo format will be tested in Phoenix, AZ. If successful, ET expos will be strategically planned for different regions throughout the year.
“This type of event is new and exciting for us! We hope it sets a precedent for many larger, full-scale events to come in the future for our ET patients all throughout the country,” IETF Executive Director Catherine Rice said.
The IETF has teamed-up with world-class neurologists, movement disorders specialists and experts to host a day of discovery and education at this interactive expo. The day will feature presentations by doctors on the diagnostic process, treatment options, current research, coping tips and more. Hear from experts during a panel Q&A discussion following the presentations. Interactive exhibits from IETF partners will allow precipitants to get a hands-on approach to learning more about their condition and the resources available.
“The ET Expo isn’t just your ordinary health seminar. This is something that’s never been done before in the ET community. It’s destined to have a profound impact on our members while furthering the IETF’s mission,” Catherine said.
The ET Expo will take place at the Hyatt Regency Phoenix from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. This expo is free, but pre-registration is required. Lunch will be provided and choices can be selected at registration. Parking will be validated. Donations welcomed. Register by calling toll-free 888.387.3667 or visit www.essentialtremor.org/seminars.
In partnership with Vanderbilt University Medical Center, join us for a free ET event in Nashville on the diagnosis process, treatment options, current research and more. This special event will also simulcast via a FREE LIVE WEBCAST nationwide for those who cannot attend in person.
Fenna Phibbs, MD – Neurologist
Hong Yu, MD – Neurosurgeon
Cissy Voight – Physical Therapist
Saturday, Aug.16, 2014
Hutton Hotel, Nashville, TN
1808 West End Ave. | Nashville, TN 37203
Via Live Webcast
9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. CT
Dive deep into the boss of our bodies and explore the wonders of the brain with us at the FREE Brain Health Fair in Philadelphia. On April 26, the IETF will join world-class neurologists and several other neurological organizations to celebrate Brain Health Awareness Day and to educate local families. Brain Health Fair participants will get a first-hand look at the ins and outs of the brain. Activities include vent features educational classes on brain diseases and treatment options, health screenings, free giveaways and resources, plus interactive exhibits for the whole family.
The Brain Fair will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Pennsylvania Convention Center and is presented by the Brain Foundation and the America Academy of Neurology, educational partners of the IETF.
The IETF is just one of several exhibitors at the event, so please stop by our booth and also check out other exhibitors. Registration is free, but encouraged in advance. To register or to learn more about the event, visit www.BrainHealthFair.com.
Brain Health Fair
Saturday, April 26, 2014
10 AM – 4 PM
Pennsylvania Convention Center, Exhibit Hall A
1101 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Activities: Hold a human brain View animal brains Examine microscopic brain tissue Free bike helmets (limited) Participate in swim cap brain art Learn to cook brain healthy food Therapy dogs Brain Health Classes Cranial Nerve Experience Stations Kid’s Play Area Music Performances Celebrity Autographs And more!
Join me, Dr. Walter and Dr. Miller on Saturday morning, April 5, 2014 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Cleveland Airport Marriott to learn more about essential tremor. We’ll discuss the diagnosis process for ET, what treatments are currently available, and what is going on in ET research. Plus, we’ll have a special presentation on occupational therapy and assistive devices.
This is one ET presentation you are not going to want to miss. And it’s free to everyone who wants to learn more, so bring your friends and family along. Just visit www.essentialtremor.org/seminars for registration information and driving directions. I look forward to meeting you!
Come spend some time with me and Dr. Pratap Chand Saturday morning, August 17, 2013 from 9:30 – 11:30 am at the St Louis Airport Marriott learning more about essential tremor. Go to www.essentialtremor.org/seminars to register. I look forward to meeting you and together learning about the medications, surgical options and research that is being done in ET.
Come and wear your button and take a picture with me so we can show people where our buttons have been and also to increase awareness around the St Louis area!
We had a great time in Milwaukee with 80 people attending the extremely educational ET seminar. The presentations were very well done and provided a lot of information. Dr. Pahapill talked about his 20 year experience in the treatment of ET with deep brain stimulation and Dr. Blindauer reviewed the many medications that are often used and why some may not be successful in the treatment of ET.
We will be facilitating another free ET education event/seminar on August 10 in Milwaukee. Come join us as we get together with the ET community to learn more about the diagnosis process and treatments available from Drs. Karen Blindauer and Peter Pahapill of the Medical College of Wisconsin. Follow this link www.essentialtremor.org/seminars to register online or call toll-free at 888-387-3667. We look forward to seeing you there!
We had so much fun at the Omaha Education Seminar and we all learned a lot from Drs. Torres-Russotto and Follett. We want to give both of them a huge thank you for sharing their time and expertise about ET. To learn more about the Movement Disorders Center at the University of Nebraska in Omaha go to http://www.unmc.edu/neurologicalsciences/movement_disorders.htm.
Please join us in Irvine, CA for the upcoming event on Saturday, April 27. You can learn more at http://www.essentialtremor.org/Seminars. I would love to meet and share in the experience with you.
Please join me as I facilitate the upcoming ET Education Seminars on April 20 in Omaha, NE and April 27 in Irvine, CA. More seminars are being scheduled each month so check our website www.essentialtremor.org frequently to see if the IETF will be in your area.
This is a free patient seminar where you will receive some great educational materials and hear some fabulous presentations. To register, go to http://www.essentialtremor.org/Seminars or call our office toll free at 888-387-3667 today!
Each year the IETF’s Executive Director travels throughout the U.S. facilitating educational seminars about the diagnosis process and treatment options for essential tremor. The Foundation is happy to be able to bring movement disorder specialists and essential tremor patients together to learn more about ET.
On Saturday, March 23rd, the IETF will be in Houston, TX. Drs. Thenganatt and Fenoy are extremely knowledgeable and have lots of good information to share. At the end of the seminar, attendees will even be able to ask the physicians questions, during a Q&A session.