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“Painful Feet: A Peripheral Neuropathy Symposium” On November 3rd, Hosted By Colorado Neurological Institute and The Denver Chapter of The Neuropathy Association

November 5, 2012

On November 3rd, the Colorado Neurological Institute (CNI) and the Denver Chapter of The Neuropathy Association hosted its biannual neuropathy symposium. Titled, “Painful Feet: A Peripheral Neuropathy Symposium,” the symposium offered hundreds of patients, caregivers, and health care professionals a forum to hear about updates in the neuropathy field from health care experts and advocates.

Program Agenda:
Welcome and Introduction
Marc Treihaft, MD, CNI Neuropathy Clinic

Evaluation and Treatment of Neuropathy
Dianna Quan, MD, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center

Treatment, Prevention & Effective Surgical Approaches
Thomas Benenati, DPM, Allied Foot and Ankle Clinics

Advance Treatment for Severe Pain
James Benoist, MD, Denver Pain Management

Physical and Balance Therapy for Neuropathy
Ellen Belle, PT and Aspen Kunisch, PT, CNI NeuroHealth Center

Updates From The Local Chapter

Dorothy Miller, The Denver Chapter of The Neuropathy Association

Alternative Medicine Approaches
Allen Bowling, MD, PhD, Neurology Care PC

Sleep Disorders of Neuropathy and Restless Leg Syndrome
Kirsten Bracht, MD, Specialty Neurology, PC

Colorado Neurological Institute (CNI), a not-for-profit organization, enhances neurological patient care through its education, research, and outreach activities. As the largest, most comprehensive neuroscience center in the Rocky Mountain area, CNI provides extensive interdisciplinary programs throughout the region.

This one-day symposium on neuropathy was a huge success! A special thanks to our Denver Chapter and the CNI team for hosting this educational offering for the neuropathy community!

 

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