Neurovascular health conference this weekend in Ottawa!

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Neurovascular health conference this weekend in Ottawa!

Postby happy_canuck » Thu Oct 13, 2016 2:28 pm

Hi everyone,

In case you missed it, this weekend (15-16 October) the Canadian Neurovascular Health Society its holding its sixth annual conference in Ottawa, Ontario. Tickets are still available and you can advance order a full set of DVDs if you cannot attend.

Hear research and practitioner specialists outline the latest research and therapies especially useful for people with:
♦ MS ♦ Vascular dementia ♦ Parkinson’s ♦ Migraine ♦ TBI
♦ Chronic fatigue / pain ♦ Neurodegenerative symptoms

Learn about:
> Vascular forces driving inflammation and cell damage in our brains
> Use and application of photomodulation (Low Level Laser Therapy)
> Latest high definition magnetic resonance imaging research
> The gut-brain axis and fecal microbiota transplants (FMT)
> Neuroplasticity (brain recovery), TBI, and the PoNS device
> Damaging effects of inadequate nutrition, food sensitivities and candida

PATIENTS & PRACTITIONERS WELCOME ~ Certificate of attendance available for continuing education credits

TICKETS: $125 (incl. buffet lunch and DVD set of all sessions)*
*DVDs may also be purchased separately if you do not attend

Conference host: Canadian Neurovascular Health Society,
(Registered charity #833497407RR0001)

Pre-registration preferred, but walk-in registration available this year as well.

Full and partial sponsorships available for those not able to pay. Send confidential email to

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Hope to see you in Ottawa!

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