Since a strong interest was shown at a recent meeting about forming a Parkinson's Disease Support Group, St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center has scheduled a follow-up gathering, said Mark Mingenback, director of business strategy and marketing. The event, which is free and open to the public, is set for 7 p.m. on Tuesday, November 27th at St Rose in the basement-level St Dominic Room. Dr. Tom Bauer of Great Bend Internists emphasized the importance of exercise, so there will be a demonstration on appropriate exercices. Pam Perry, St Rose Rehab Services Director, is collaborating with Dr. Bauer to organize the presentation. Parkinson's is a brain and nerve disease that is chronic and progressive. It affects the nerve cells in the brain that normally produce dopamine, a chemical that transmits signals between areas of the brain.
Date - Nov 27, 2012
At 07:00 PM
Type - Community Event
Community - Great Bend
Location - St Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center - Dominic Room
Address - 2515 BroadwayGreat Bend, KS
Contact - Mark Mingenback at 620-786-6136