FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2018
Registration and Continental Breakfast: 7:30am
Course Adjourns: 4:00 pm
39000 Schoolcraft Rd, Livonia, MI 48150
Phone: (734) 462-0770
Course Fee: $150
You are urged to register as soon as you are certain of attending as we cannot guarantee
education materials for applicants who are not preregistered and prepaid by August 30,
2018. Registration fees include continental breakfast, lunch, and educational materials
for each participant. Checks should be made payable to the University of Michigan.
Payments made via American Express, Visa or MasterCard are also accepted.
Please call (734) 232-3469 with any questions or concerns.
Designed for the busy clinician, this exciting full-day course will cover the most common movement disorders seen in clinical practice, including tremor, dystonia, tics, chorea and parkinsonism,as well as gait disorders. Participants will benefit from the expertise of our highly regarded movement disorders faculty, who will provide attendees with high-yield, practical information for
recognition, diagnosis, assessment and management of these movement disorders. The afternoon session is dedicated to “bedside teaching” sessions with actual patients. During these sessions, faculty will demonstrate movement disorders examination techniques and share clinical pearls so that participants can be more confident in diagnosing various movement disorders.
Primary care physicians, geriatricians, psychiatrists, physiatrists, physicians in training, nurses, physician assistants, and rehabilitation specialists who are interested in learning more about clinical aspects of movement disorders will find this course highly beneficial.
Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to describe how to evaluate, examine and treat patients who present with:
• Gait disorders
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
The intended audience for this course includes primary care physicians, geriatricians, psychiatrists, physiatrists, physicians in training, nurses, physician assistants, and rehabilitation specialists who are interested in learning more about clinical aspects of movement disorders.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2018 65 CREDIT HOURS
7:30am Registration and Continental Breakfast
AM SESSION – Didactic lectures
8:00 The Patient Who Shakes
8:45 The Dystonic Patient
9:15 The Parkinsonian Patient
10:15 The Patient with a Walking Problem
11:00 The Fidgety Patient
11:30 The Patient with Tics
12:00 pm LUNCH
PM SESSION – Participants will be split into 3 groups and spend 20-25 minutes with each live patient
1:00 Patient 1
1:25 Patient 2
1:50 Patient 3
2:30 Patient 4
2:55 Patient 5
3:20 Patient 6