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Describe the principles and innovations in a milieu-oriented holistic neuro-rehabilitation program in order to improve the long-term outcomes of patients and their families after acquired brain injuries.
Attendees will have a deeper understanding of pituitary dysfunction in order to provide rapid, effective treatment ensuring a reduction in chronic hormonal abnormalities and improvement in quality of life.
Clinical Evaluation and Management of Visual and Perceptual Impairments Following Adult Acquired Brain Injury: A ‘Hands-On’ Approach
In this two-day course, experienced clinicians offer their knowledge of the visual system, assessment techniques, professional networking regarding visual management, and clinical manifestations of common visual impairments following stroke and traumatic brain injury. The entire second day of the course is devoted to the clinical application of treatment strategies in a hands on interactive lab format. The assessment and treatment strategies learned can be immediately implemented in practice by clinicians and are appropriate for patients with stroke and traumatic brain injury throughout the continuum of care. Participants will receive a detailed outline of each presentation, basic visual treatment tools and reference materials for continued use following the course.
The Barrow Neurological Institute Division of Neurological Surgery announces the Annual Robert F. Spetzler MD and Albert L. Rhoton Jr. MD Neurosurgery Course. BNI Neurosurgery Faculty, along with invited guest faculty, will lead a didactic-practical course in neurosurgical approaches and anatomy combined with clinical correlation of cerebrovascular and brain tumor management of the anterior cranial base. This course is designed for Neurosurgeons, Residents, and Fellows with emphasis on microneurosurgery techniques. The course will address surgical anatomy, surgical approaches and strategies, and clinical review. It is a full 2-day course designed with intense instruction and discussion for 24 participants. Didactic instruction will feature 3D and digital video microanatomy, recorded surgery, and correlated discussion for cerebrovascular and tumor pathology. The clinical information will be used to make the practical anatomical dissection practice come alive. Exquisitely preserved cadaver tissue with vascular injection will provide the platform for dissections led by a master station with the head faculty as mentors. Each station will have top of the line instrumentation including microscopes, and neuronavigation.
Rooms at the Camelback Inn can be booked directly at: https://resweb.passkey.com/go/BarrowNeurologicalInstitute. Rooms are available at the group rate of $279 and must be booked on or before January 22, 2017.
Registration will be forthcoming.
A primary block of guest rooms has been reserved at the Camelback Inn for the Symposium, with a smaller block of rooms at the Omni Montelucia for those preferring to stay there. We suggest you book your rooms as soon as you are able to confirm your respective travel plans.