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Our next meeting is scheduled for 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 7th, at St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Bridgeport. The speaker and topic will be announced shortly… but please save the date on your calendar!

Mark your calendar for our next meeting!

You won’t want to miss our next Essential Tremor Support Group meeting. It’s scheduled for Saturday, October 5th, at the Hospital of Central Connecticut in New Britain. Be sure you save the date on your calendar!

IETF is coming to Connecticut!

The International Essential Tremor Foundation has announced dates for their 2019 Essential Tremor Education Forums… and they’re coming to Hartford on Saturday, June 1st! You won’t want to miss this exciting event, so be sure to mark your calendars and bookmark this site for details to be announced shortly!

Mark your calendar for our next meeting!

Our next CT Essential Tremor Support Group is scheduled for Saturday, April 6th, at Milford Hospital (in Milford, CT). The speaker and topic will be announced shortly. We hope you’ll save the date and join us!

Please join us in Middletown on February 2nd!

Saturday, February 2, 2019
1:00 – 3:00 p.m.

Middlesex Hospital’s Bardenheier Medical Training Center
28 Crescent Street
Middletown, CT 06457

Movement Disorders & Integrative Medicine:
The Benefits of Maximizing Health through Lifestyle Interventions
presented by Eric Secor, ND, PhD, MPH, MS, LAc, Dipl Ac., NCCAOM

During this presentation, participants will review the importance and application of Lifestyle Interventions in Movement Disorders. Integrative medicine treatment modalities will be discussed in detail. Nutrition interventions and the safety and use of dietary supplements will also be reviewed.

Dr. Eric Secor is currently the Associate Medical Director, Integrative Medicine, Hartford Hospital and an Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Connecticut School of Medicine. In addition to patient care, his primary responsibilities include overseeing all clinical operations, education, and research for the department.

In 2018, the Ayer Neuroscience Institute and Movement Disorders Center began a novel collaboration with Integrative Medicine with goals to improve patient wellness, personalized interventions, and quality of life. Dr. Secor has introduced functional nutrition, massage therapy, acupuncture, yoga, tai qi and integrative physician consultations into the Institute.

Over the last 20 years, Dr. Secor’s focus has been on restoration of health and wellness after complex chronic illness, performance optimization, stress and pain management, as well as healthy aging. He has extensive experience with the safety, quality, innovation, and research of integrative therapies and lectures on program development and education nationally.

Registration is requested – Inquiries are invited!

To register or request information, email Helen Moser or submit the form below.
Click here for driving directions and parking information.

The CT essential tremor support group is sponsored byIETF logo tagline 10162012

DRIVING & PARKING:

Parking:

  • Free on-site parking is available.

Directions:

FROM NORTH (HARTFORD)

Take I-91 South to Exit 22S, Route 9 South. Follow Route 9 through Middletown. Take Exit 13, Route 17. Continue straight to the intersection with Route 17, South Main Street. At the light, turn right onto South Main Street. Follow South Main Street to the intersection with Crescent Street. Turn right onto Crescent Street. The entrance to the hospital and the Emergency Department are on Crescent Street.

FROM SOUTH (MERIDEN)

Take I-91 or Wilbur Cross Parkway to Route 691 East. Follow Route 691 (becomes Route 66) to Main Street, Middletown. Turn right onto Main Street. Continue down Main Street to the intersection with Pleasant Street. Turn right onto Pleasant Street, then bear left at the next light onto South Main Street. Turn left onto Crescent Street. The entrance to the hospital and the Emergency Department are on Crescent Street.

FROM WEST

Take I-84 to Route 691 East. Follow Route 691 (becomes Route 66) to Main Street, Middletown. Turn right onto Main Street. Continue down Main Street to the intersection with Pleasant Street. Turn right onto Pleasant Street, then bear left at the next light onto South Main Street. Turn left onto Crescent Street. The entrance to the hospital and the Emergency Department are on Crescent Street.

FROM NEW YORK/NEW HAVEN

Take I-95 to I-91 North. Change to Route 9 South toward Cromwell/Middletown. In Middletown, take Exit 13. Continue straight to the intersection with Route 17, South Main Street. At the light, turn right onto South Main Street. Follow South Main Street to the intersection with Crescent Street. Turn right onto Crescent Street. The entrance to the hospital and the Emergency Department are on Crescent Street.

Save the date!

The Hospital of Central Connecticut in New Britain is the venue for our October 6th CT Essential Tremor Support Group meeting. We hope you’ll save the date and join us! Details will be published shortly.

Please join us in Milford on August 4th!

Saturday, August 4, 2018
1:00 – 3:00 p.m.

 Milford Hospital
300 Seaside Avenue
Milford, CT 06460

Medical Management of Essential Tremor:
A Review of Treatment Options
presented by Michelle Lavallee Dagostine, MD

At this meeting Dr. Lavallee Dagostine will review the medical management of essential tremor, including approved treatment options. She will discuss which drugs have evidence for efficacy and also touch on new medications in clinical trials.

Dr. Michelle Lavallee Dagostine is a movement disorder specialist with Hartford HealthCare Medical Group and is part of the Chase Family Movement Disorder Center. She graduated from the Rochester Institute of Technology with a bachelor’s degree, majoring in Biology and minoring in Spanish language and culture. After earning her medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington DC, Dr. Lavallee Dagostine went on to complete her neurology residency, including chief resident year, at Georgetown University Hospital. She proceeded to complete a fellowship in Neurophysiology, followed by a fellowship in Movement Disorders, also at Georgetown University Hospital.

Registration is requested – Inquiries are invited!

To register or request information, email Helen Moser or submit the form below.
Click here for driving directions and parking information.

The CT essential tremor support group is sponsored byIETF logo tagline 10162012

DRIVING DIRECTIONS & PARKING:

Parking:

  • Free parking lot

Directions:

FROM HARTFORD REGION AND POINTS NORTH

  • Take I-91 South to I-95 South to Exit 36 (Plains Road).
  • At the end of the ramp turn left and follow blue Hospital signs.

FROM FAIRFIELD COUNTY AND POINTS SOUTH

  • Take I-95 North to Exit 36 (Plains Road).
  • At the end of the ramp, turn right and follow blue Hospital signs.

FROM MERRITT/WILBUR CROSS PARKWAYS AND POINTS NORTH

  • Take Exit 54 to I-95 South.
  • Take I-95 South to Exit 36 (Plains Road).
  • At the end of the ramp turn left and follow blue Hospital signs.

FROM MERRITT/WILBUR CROSS PARKWAYS AND POINTS SOUTH

  • Take Exit 54 to I-95 South.
  • Take I-95 South to Exit 36 (Plains Road).
  • At the end of the ramp turn left and follow blue Hospital signs.