Celebrate National Essential Tremor Awareness month (NETA), by coming to The NTF awareness day on Saturday 25th March, Central Hall, Westminster from 12 midday to 5pm.
The free event that marks UK’s second year of NETA, provides members and friends the opportunity to meet others and ask questions that may help with improving quality of life. This year’s event will see speakers from Gyrogear explaining about development of GyroGlove, and a presentation from Insightec the makers of the focused ultrasound machine used to treat essential tremor. FUS as it known for short is non invasive surgery and currently in trials for ET in London.
National Essential Tremor Awareness month, initially started in the USA to raise essential tremor awareness, but has recently spread to the UK and the rest of the world.
Event organiser, Jackie Farrell, said: “I am very proud to be working alongside NTF with this years event, as it has helped raise awareness of essential tremor and connect many people. We are looking forward to welcome those joining us on 25th.”
For more information or if you wish to attend contact Jackie Farrell on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Central Hall Westminster is located directly opposite Westminster Abbey and can be identified by its round dome.
Address: Central Hall Westminster, Storey’s Gate, London, UK
Postcode: SW1H 9NH
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