Pacific Stroke Association


2019 Regional Stroke Conference

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Thursday, May 16, 8am – 4pm

Mitchell Park Community Center – Palo Alto, CA

Friday, May 17, 8am – 4pm

Computer History Museum – Mountain View, CA

About the 2019 Annual Stroke Conference:

Pacific Stroke Association (PSA) and our co-sponsors presents the two day Stroke Conference in Palo Alto and Mountain View, CA.

GOAL OF THE CONFERENCE – The goal of the conference is to share best clinical practices that have been developed to optimize patient outcomes at local stroke centers and to provide the most current information for clinicians and health care professionals who care for patients and families in all phases of stroke treatment. The program includes exhibitors, lunch, free parking and CEs.
14 CEs for nurses and 12 CEs for PTs & SLPs for both days.

TOPICS & SPEAKERS for 2019 2-day program:

Day 1:  Thursday, May 16, 2019, Mitchell Park Community Center, Palo Alto, CA

Ethics & Stroke 
Ilana Spokoyny, M.D.  –  Sutter Health

Fibromuscular Dysplasia
Eri Fukaya, MD – Stanford Medical Center

Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
Jeremy Heit, MD, PhD –  Stanford Medical Center

An Imaging, Case Based Approach to Hemorrhagic & Ischemic Stroke
Daniel Hsu, MD – Kaiser Permanente

Stem Cell Treatment in Spinal Cord Injury-Does It Work?
Marco Lee, MD, PhD – Santa Clara Valley Medical Center

An Evidence-Based Stroke Rehab Update
Meagan Littlepage, MD – El Camino Hospital

Identity Theft – Rediscovering Ourselves After Stroke
Debra Meyerson, PhD – Stanford University

Role of Imaging in Stroke Prevention
Max Wintermark, MD, MBA – Stanford University

Update on Stroke Mobile Unit
Joey English, MD, Phd – Mills-Peninsula Medical Center

ISC 2019 – Highlights
David Tong, MD – California Pacific Medical Center

Vivek, Rao, MD – Kaiser Redwood City

Day 2:  Friday, May 17, 2019, Computer History Museum, Mountain View, CA

“A Complex Case of Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage”
Lawrence Dickinson, MD – Sutter Health

Updates in the Care of Patients with Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Nancy Edwards – Kaiser Permanente

Virtual and Augmented Reality Technology –  Next Generation Tools For Stroke Rehabilitation
Walter Greenleaf, PhD – Stanford Medical Center

Spasticity Management
Henry Huie, MD – Santa Clara Valley Medical Center

Is the PFO the Cause of Stroke? Close or Leave Alone?
Karl Meisel, MD – University of California San Francisco

Posterior Circulation Stroke
Divya Prabhu, MD – El Camino Hospital

Stroke in the Young: Horses and Zebras
Neil Schwartz, MD, PhD – Stanford Medical Center

Meditation and Brain
Noor Sachdev, MD – Good Samaritan Hospital

Mechanical Thrombectomy for Stroke: Past, Present And A Hint Of What Is To Come
Nick Telischak, MD – California Pacific Medical Center

Chitra Venkat, MD – Stanford Medical Center

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