WEBINAR: What to Consider when Getting DBS
Tuesday, September 2, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (PDT)
What to Consider when Getting DBS
with Farrokh Farrokhi, MD
A Free, Interactive Webinar Presentation
Date: Tuesday, September 2, 2014
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Have you been thinking about getting Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) surgery? In this interactive, hour-long presentation, Dr. Farrokh Farrokhi will speak about the important things to consider when you’re making a decision about DBS. What can DBS really do for you? What questions should you ask your healthcare team? What are your expectations from the surgery? Dr. Farrokhi will address all this and more when you tune into What to Consider When Getting DBS.
Instructions: The following link will allow you to register for this free program. You will receive an automatic reminder as the event nears. The reminder email will provide you with the link that you will need to click on in order to join the webinar.
If this is your first webinar with us, please plan to join the webinar at least 15 minutes before the webinar start time. This will allow time for your computer to download the software add-on in your browser.
Farrohk Farrokhi, MD, is a board certified neurosurgeon with the American Board of Neurological Surgery. Currently practicing at Virginia Mason in Seattle, Washington, Dr. Farrokhi’s specialties include neurosurgery, Deep Brain Stimulation surgery, spin surgery and brain tumors. He sums up his approach to healthcare as, “The greatest way to care for patients is with an organized team approach, having the patient and family as integral parts of the team.” He currently chairs the Medical Advisory Council of the Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation.
Lunchtime Laboratory is a monthly webinar that connects the PD Community to experts. Each month will feature a different topic, presented by leading thinkers in the PD Community. There will be time at the end of each presentation for audience questions and participation.
Brought to you by:
Northwest Parkinson's Foundation &
Parkinson's Resources of Oregon
Parkinson's Resources of Oregon has been providing hope and help to people impacted by Parkinson's disease for 35 years.
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