Online Presentation: Parkinson's Disease and the Eyes

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Parkinson's and the Eye

Presented by Scott Stevens, M.D., Ophthalmologist with Bend Ophthalmology

Besides being a Wisconsin-er and a Packer fan, Dr. Stevens completed his ophthalmology training at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan and Corneal Fellowship at the University of South Florida. Dr. Stevens stayed at the University of South Florida as an Assistant Professor until moving to Bend, Oregon to join Bend Ophthalmology in 1998. He left the University as an Associate Clinical Professor. He has numerous publications in professional journals. He still volunteers his time as a reviewer for Peer Reviewed journals and Preferred Practice Plans for the American Academy of Ophthalmology. He is also a member of the Cornea Society. In his spare time, he enjoys time with his family along with all outdoor activities especially hiking, fishing, camping, and hunting.

Join us for this focused one hour presentation from Dr. Scott Stevens.

He will be discussing issues with the eyes as related to the disease process of Parkinson's disease. He will also be answering your questions about dry eye and PD along with other concerns.

Note: Registration is a two-step process.

1) Register here. You will receive an immediate confirmation

2) About a week before the program you will receive a second email that contains the log-in directions for viewing the webinar prior to April 24th!

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