Back from Portland–The 4th World Parkinson Congress (WPC)!
Last week, over 4000 Parkinson’s advocates, patients, researchers, speech pathologists, neurologists, authors, those living with Parkinson’s, carepartners/caregivers, family and friends, and those interested in Parkinson’s disease all convened on the beautiful northwest city of Portland, Oregon. #WPC2016, an event only held every 3 years (next to be held in Kyoto Japan in 2019), assembled news makers, scientists, doctors, and patient experts who discussed the latest information in Parkinson’s.
Vendors spanning the globe brought the latest in equipment, tools, medicines and procedures, and therapies for improving the lives of those living with Parkinson’s.
Due to flight delays and adverse weather, my updates have been delayed, but watch for my next post for more pics and my talk with the Editor of the blog, The Shoe Maven, the fashionable and inspirational Tonya Walker, as well as some other observations from this wonderful event.
Here are some photos:
Posted on September 27, 2016, in Conferences & Symposiums, Education, Education & Support, Health, Media & Trends, Parkinson's Disease, Uncategorized, Wellness, World Parkinson Congress 2016 and tagged Oregon, Parky, Portland, Tonya Walker, World Parkinson Congress, WPC 2016, WPC2016. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.