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2nd International Symposium on Gait & Balance in Multiple Sclerosis: Interventions for Gait & Balance in MS
2nd International Symposium on Gait & Balance in Multiple Sclerosis: Interventions for Gait & Balance in MS
2nd International Symposium on Gait & Balance in Multiple Sclerosis: Interventions for Gait & Balance in MS
2nd International Symposium on Gait & Balance in Multiple Sclerosis: Interventions for Gait & Balance in MS
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2nd International Symposium on Gait & Balance in Multiple Sclerosis: Interventions for Gait & Balance in MS

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  • 1. 2nd International Symposium ongait and balance in multiple sclerosis: Interventions for Gait & Balance in MS OCTOBER 19TH & 20TH, 2012 Portland, OregonThis conference focuses on current and novel interventions aimed at improving gait and balance andpreventing falls in people with multiple sclerosis. The discussion will focus on current evidence from studies in people with MS and other populations with similar mobility challenges. CONFERENCE OBJEC TIVES • Describe and discuss current research on interventions to improve walking and balance and prevent falls in people with MS • Describe and discuss current research on interventions to improve walking and balance and prevent falls in other populations that may also be effective in people with MS • Discuss the application of interventions to improve walking and balance and prevent falls in people with MS within the context of specific patient cases. WHO SHOULD AT TEND Physicians (Neurologists, Physiatrists), physical therapists, occupational therapists, rehabilitation scientists, nurses, and physician assistants working in the area of multiple sclerosis clinical practice or research.S EE YOU IN ST. LO UIS IN 20133rd International Symposium on Gait and Balance in MS ~ October 18th and 19th, 2013 SPONSORED BY: MS Center of Oregon, OHSU Department of Neurology, MS Center of Excellence-West, Portland VA Medical Center, and The OHSU Brain Institute
  • 2. 2nd International Symposium on gait and balance in multiple sclerosis: Interventions for Gait & Balance in MSAGENDA - FRIDAY EVENING OC TOBER 19, 20126:00 pm - Opening reception and Welcome – Dennis Bourdette, MD9:00 pm Poster presentations Oregon Health & Science University, Portland VA Medical Center – Portland, ORAGENDA - SATURDAY OC TOBER 20, 20127:30 am Registration EVIDENCE FOR CURRENT AND NOVEL METHODS FOR Continental Breakfast IMPROVING LOCOMOTION IN MS8:00 am - Opening remarks 10:45 am - Functional electrical stimulation:8:15 am Gait & Balance Interventions in MS: 11:15 am Implications for neurorehabilitation in MS An overview Kathy Zackowski, PhD, OTR, MSCS Joanne Wagner, PT, PhD Kennedy Krieger Institute, Johns Hopkins Saint Louis University - St. Louis, MO University School of Medicine – Baltimore, MDMORNING SESSIONS  INSIGHTS FROM PEOPLE 11:20 am - Robot assisted therapy in MS: WhatWITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS 11:50 am have we learned and what is the future? Albert Lo, MD, PhD8:20 am - Balance rehabilitation of sensory-motor Providence VA Medical Center,9:15 am strategies and motor relearning in Brown University – Providence, RI subjects with MS Davide Cattaneo, PT, PhD 12:00 pm LUNCH – Poster display Don C Gnocchi Foundation – Milan, Italy AFTERNOON SESSIONS 9:20 am - Incorporating a self-management INSIGHTS FROM OUTSIDE OF MS9:50 am approach into falls prevention efforts for people with MS 1:00 pm - The use of sensory feedback to improve Marcia Finlayson, PhD, OT (C), OTR/L 1:35 pm walking after stroke University of Illinois at Chicago – Chicago, IL Michael Lewek, PT, PhD University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill,9:55 am - Better living through chemistry: North Carolina10:20 am Drugs to improve balance and gait in MS Michelle Cameron, MD, PT 1:40 pm - Sensory augmentation to improve Oregon Health & Science University, 2:15 pm balance and walking in people with Portland VA Medical Center – Portland, OR peripheral neuropathy Alex Aruin, PhD, DSc10:25 am BREAK – Poster display University of Illinois at Chicago – Chicago, ILSPONSORED BY: MS Center of Oregon, OHSU Departmentof Neurology, MS Center of Excellence-West, Portland VAMedical Center, and The OHSU Brain Institute
  • 3. 2nd International Symposium on gait and balance in multiple sclerosis: Interventions for Gait & Balance in MSAGENDA - SATURDAY OC TOBER 20, 2012 , CONTINUED2:20 pm - Sensory augmentation and emerging 4:30 pm Case based panel discussion2:55 pm applications of robotics technology in Moderator: Joanne Wagner, PT, PhD gait rehabilitation Saint Louis University - St. Louis, MO Tania Lam, PhD Panel members: University of British Columbia – Susan Bennett, PT, DPT, EdD, NS, MSCS British Columbia, Canada University at Buffalo, SUNY – Buffalo, NY3:00 pm BREAK – Poster display Cara Brown, OTR, MSc University of Manitoba – Manitoba, Canada3:25 pm - Fall prevention in older people: Myla Goldman, MD, MSc4:25 pm A physiological perspective University of Virginia Health System – Stephen Lord, PhD Charlottesville, VA Neuroscience Research Australia – Sydney, Australia 5:30 pm End of programDETAILSSYMPOSIUM LOC ATION HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONSThe World Trade Center Portland Hotel Fifty121 SW Salmon Street, 2WTC 50 Southwest Morrison StreetPortland, OR 97204 Portland, OR 97204For conference pricing, please contact Hotel Fifty at #1-877-237-6775 and mention the Group Code: OHSUMS.You can also reserve online using the conference code listed at www.hotelfifty.comREGISTRATION$100 for early registration by July 31st, 2012 $125 on or after July 31st, 2012(with CME memo $115) (with CME memo $140)Space is limited. To register online and pay by credit card or paypal visit www.ohsubrain.com/cme and select 2ndInternational Symposium on Gait and Balance in Multiple Sclerosis.For more information contact Dawn Christensen at #503-494-7661 or chrisdaw@ohsu.eduCALL FOR POSTERSPlease send abstracts for posters to Dr. Michelle Cameron at cameromi@ohsu.edu by August 1st, 2012for review. Abstracts should be a maximum of 300 words on topics related to gait and balance in multiplesclerosis. If accepted, poster size must be 4’ x 8’ or smaller.SPONSORED BY: MS Center of Oregon, OHSU Departmentof Neurology, MS Center of Excellence-West, Portland VAMedical Center, and The OHSU Brain Institute
  • 4. Oregon Health & Science UniversityDepartment of Neurology, L2263181 SW Sam Jackson Park RdPortland OR 97239www.ohsubrain.com/cme 2nd International Symposium on gait and balance in multiple sclerosis: Interventions for Gait & Balance in MS OCTOBER 19TH & 20TH, 2012 Portland, Oregon SPONSORED BY: MS Center of Oregon, OHSU Department of Neurology, MS Center of Excellence-West, Portland VA Medical Center, and The OHSU Brain Institute

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