Barrington’s NeuroBalance Center is hosting a special speaker this month who will discuss new treatments and promising therapies in the pipeline for those with Multiple Sclerosis.
Anyone interested in learning more about What’s New & What’s Next in MS research is invited to hear from the Director of Northwest Neurology’s MS Center, Dr. George Katsamakis, M.D. He’ll be the keynote speaker at an upcoming NeuroBalance Center event from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Monday, April 29th.
Dr. Katsamakis has devoted his interest in Neurology to the care of patients with Multiple Sclerosis. Prior to joining Northwest Neurology, he was an Assistant Professor at the Rush University Multiple Sclerosis Center, managing complex MS cases as well as participating in and spearheading novel therapeutic trials in the field. Seeing the need for advanced care outside Chicago, he conceived and directs the Multiple Sclerosis Center of Northwest Neurology. The Center provides comprehensive and compassionate care for over 1500 patients with Multiple Sclerosis.
A question & answer session will follow Dr. Katsamakis’ presentation. Questions may be submitted in advance, dropped off at the front desk or emailed to Molly@neurobalancecenter.org. Appetizers and non alcoholic beverages will be served.
*Space is limited and reservations are required. To sign up email Molly@neurobalancecenter.org, call 847-800-6162 or stop by the front desk.
Neurobalance Center provides education, support, healthcare and fitness for those living with neuromuscular and autoimmune conditions that threaten independence.
After being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2001, founder Joy Wagner began offering services in 2011 to help others with MS reclaim mobility and maintain independence through changes in diet, attitude and exercise.
The organization has since expanded into the new NeuroBalance Center which now offers services for those with MS, Parkinson’s Disease, psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, sjogrens, myocarditis, Crohns, celiac, vasculitis, type 1 diabetes, fibromyalgia and stroke. Learn more at NeuroBalanceCenter.org.