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Advances in treating involuntary tremors - Free online health lecture

Advances in treating involuntary tremors - Free online health lecture

For about 7 million Americans involuntary tremors are a constant problem. These tremors can interfere with just about everything — getting dressed, drinking a cup of coffee, writing, typing or using a cell phone. The trembling can be caused by Parkinson’s disease, but more often it’s caused by essential tremor, a benign and typically inherited condition.

Hear board-certified neurosurgeon Kara Beasley, DO, describe the symptoms of essential tremor and the latest treatments, including MR-guided focused ultrasound — a new, incisionless treatment.

Speaker: Kara Beasley, DO, of Boulder Neurosurgical and Spine Associates of BCH

When: Tuesday, June 14, from 7 to 8 p.m.

Where: Watch online. You’ll get the link once you register at bchlectures.org/tremors