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The Parkinson's Foundation Ohio Presents: The Role of Therapy

Join us to learn why rehabilitative therapies should be a part of your Parkinson’s treatment plan, what it can help you accomplish, and how to access the therapy you need! This program is Presented by: Michele Hippler-Brant, PT, DPT, LMT, Outpatient Supervisor and Physical Therapist at Saint John Medical Center This program is free and includes lunch, but registration is required. Please call the chapter office by Thursday, November 9th to reserve your seat: 614-890-1901 or toll free 866-920-6673 or register online at http://parkinson.org/ohio/education-support/educational-events

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