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TAKING control Of Severe Spasticity

Posted Nov 18 2010 12:00am

Medtronic and the Brain Injury Association of America, MS World, The National Spinal Cord Injury Association, the National Stroke Association, and United Cerebral Palsy have partnered to bring you a new education program on severe spasticity and its treatment options, called Release Your Potential.
On July 13, a Release Your Potential event was webcast across the United States. We are excited to announce that the webcast is now available online at .
The 90-minute webcast consists of:
  • 30 minutes – Spasticity and Treatment Options Presentation by Dr. Jennifer Doble, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 
  • 30 minutes – Spasticity Patients Share Their Experiences
  • 30 minutes – Questions and Answers from the Audience
In addition to the recording, you can access audience questions and Dr. Doble’s answers from the July 13th event. Questions were posed by those watching the webcast live.

There is no cost to attend Release Your Potential events or to view the recorded webcast . We encourage you to visit to learn more about how to take control of severe spasticity.

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