ET Expo Presentations Now Available Online

Untitled-2The IETF recently hosted its’ first-ever ET Expo in Phoenix with much success. Seven world-renowned movement disorders specialists and experts provided ET patients with an incredible educational experience. And now YOU can view the ET Expo presentations online for free. As a way of reaching out to our constituents who are unable to attend seminars in selected cities, we have recorded webcasts of presentations on our website. Each recorded presentation explains what essential tremor is, the diagnosis process, treatment options, current research, assistive technology and more. Click on the button below, register for free and choose the presenter and topic you wish to view.

Charles Adler
Dr. Charles Adler
“Is PD a Risk Factor for ET?”
Sara Dhanani
Dr. Sara Dhanani
“What’s in a Name: The History of ET”
Padma Mahant
Dr. Padma Mahant
“Diagnostic Process & Medical Treatment of ET”
Francisco Ponce
Dr. Francisco Ponce
“Surgical Options for Essential Tremor”
Holly Shill
Dr. Holly Shill
“Brain Bank at Banner for ET Research”
Sara Somers
Dr. Sara Somers
“Therapies for ET”
Alexander Trӧster
Dr. Alexander Trӧster
“Thought, Emotion and Quality of Life in ET”

View WebcastCelebrate National ET Awareness Month this March and share these and other IETF webcasts with your friends and family to help educate and bring more knowledge to the cause. Knowledge is power. Together, knowledge brings us one step closer to a cure.

Special Webcast Only Offer

For a limited time, the book entitled “Essential Tremor: What the Experts Say”, will be made available to you in electronic or printed format when you make your qualifying donation (details below). This beautifully spiral bound book is a comprehensive collection of more than 80 informative articles (196 pages) that will help you gain insight and a better understanding of essential tremor through the knowledge of the world’s finest movement disorders specialists and experts.

For a donation of $30 or more, you will receive an electronic version of the book and for a $50 donation or more you will receive a printed copy. In addition, either donation entitles you to receive a one-year subscription (3 printed issues) at no additional cost to the Tremor Talk publication. Your donations will be used to help fund our awareness, support, education and research programs.

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