Optimum advice for Parkinson’s patients

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DELIVERING QUALITY INFORMATION… From left, movement disorder nurse, Sheree Ambrosini and divisional clinical director of medicine, Dr Arup Bhattacharya are working hard to assure a solid seminar is delivered to the Goulburn Valley. Photo: Katelyn Morse.
DELIVERING QUALITY INFORMATION… From left, movement disorder nurse, Sheree Ambrosini and divisional clinical director of medicine, Dr Arup Bhattacharya are working hard to assure a solid seminar is delivered to the Goulburn Valley. Photo: Katelyn Morse.
DELIVERING QUALITY INFORMATION… From left, movement disorder nurse, Sheree Ambrosini and divisional clinical director of medicine, Dr Arup Bhattacharya are working hard to assure a solid seminar is delivered to the Goulburn Valley. Photo: Katelyn Morse.
DELIVERING QUALITY INFORMATION… From left, movement disorder nurse, Sheree Ambrosini and divisional clinical director of medicine, Dr Arup Bhattacharya are working hard to assure a solid seminar is delivered to the Goulburn Valley. Photo: Katelyn Morse.

THE annual Parkinson’s Disease Seminar assists GV Health professionals, patients and their carers in receiving world-class information on how best to manage the illness.

Presented on behalf of the Goulburn Valley Movement Disorder Service, the fourth seminar will be held at GV Hotel on Friday, November 2.

Divisional clinical director of medicine, Dr Arup Bhattacharya and movement disorder nurse, Sheree Ambrosini have been working extremely hard with GV Health to bring leading and specialised information to the Goulburn Valley.

Each year, the seminar attracts around 300 attendees and every year there’s a different focus. This year’s event is titled ‘Parkinson’s – Medications and Beyond.’

Regarding this year’s seminar, Dr Bhattacharya said, “Our event will focus on lifestyle changes, exercise and healthy habits and a holistic approach, rather than exclusively medical management, with speeches from key national and international professionals.

“Just because the Goulburn Valley is a regional hub, doesn’t mean that we deserve any less.

“It gives validation that what we offer here at GV Health is best practice and inspires us to continue to do our best for our patients.”

The event is free for patients and their carers and is a great opportunity for health professionals to learn more about Parkinson’s Disease. Please contact Sheree Ambrosini on 1800 222 582 or email [email protected]