Littleton, CO (PRWEB) October 06, 2015
CereScan Corp. is the Presenting Sponsor of the Invisible Disabilities® Association’s Brain IDEAS Symposium and its 2015 Awards Gala, to be held in Denver, CO on October 23, 2016. This year’s symposium theme is "It's All in Your Head!" and will focus on brain disorders, brain health, and brain therapy. In support of the organization’s nationwide efforts to increase awareness of the challenges facing those suffering from chronic brain disorders, CereScan has committed its resources to the event. The symposium caps off Invisible Disabilities Week in Colorado, as designated by a proclamation by Colorada Governor John Hickenlooper. CereScan’s headquarters are located in metropolitan Denver, with affiliated clinics in Arlington and Houston, Texas as well as Metairie, Louisiana, Topeka, Kansas and Naples, Florida.
“The Brain IDEAS Symposium is closely aligned with our mission to provide the most advanced, comprehensive and accurate brain diagnostic information for the purpose of significantly improving patient outcomes and advancing brain science,” said John Kelley, Chairman and CEO of CereScan Corp. “We are pleased to once again work with IDA, and are proud to be a part of this volunteer-driven event for a noble cause.”
The Brain IDEAS Symposium is designed for medical professionals and anyone interested in the care of those with brain disorders or brain injuries. The Symposium is being held Friday, October 23, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Marriott Denver Tech Center. Tickets for the day-long educational event are available online at http://bit.ly/1QBgAid. Special pricing is available for students and military veterans.Expert speakerswill deliver dynamic, science, and story-filled talks on relevant topics including mental illness, Autism, Alzheimer's, nutrition, mental training, humor, stroke, PTSD, and TBI. Expert-led panels for questions and answers will conclude each section allowing attendees to interact with presenters.
“The theme of this year’s Brain IDEAS Symposium is ‘It’s All in Your Head’”, said Wayne Connell, Founder and CEO of IDA. “What a familiar refrain for those living with chronic illness, pain or disability. The invisible nature of many illnesses and disabilities often creates an atmosphere of suspicion or disbelief. What if there are things truly ‘in your head.’ We’ll explore many of them during the symposium and help those living with them become Invisible No More®.”
CereScan is the nation’s leader in providing statistically measured brain diagnostics based on a new generation of imaging software, PET/CT (Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography) and SPECT (Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography) neuroimaging technologies. Referring and treating medical experts can rely on CereScan to offer differentiated diagnoses on a wide array of brain-based disorders including:
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Toxic Brain Injuries
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Mild Cognitive Impairment
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Bipolar Disorder
CereScan combines state-of-the-art SPECT and PET/CT brain imaging technologies with a patient centered model of care to provide the highest level of neurodiagnostics anywhere. Using quantitative functional brain imaging, advanced imaging software, and an extensive library of clinical data, the CereScan medical team provides physicians with unmatched objective diagnostic information. CereScan helps patients and their physicians better understand the neurological basis of their conditions. In a variety of legal settings, CereScan provides objective evidence to attorneys and their clients regarding traumatic and toxic brain injuries. For researchers, CereScan provides independent pre- and post-treatment measures of organic changes in the brain along with measures of symptoms related to the brain disorder of interest. For more information, please call (866) 722-4806 or visit http://www.CereScan.com.
Founded in 1996, the Invisible Disabilities® Association (IDA) is a Colorado 501(c)3 non-profit whose global mission is to encourage, educate and connect those touched by illness, pain and disability. ¬Unlike organizations that may support those with just one health condition, IDA provides support and encouragement for anyone touched by illness or disability. IDA lives its mission to encourage, educate and connect people living with various conditions, as well as their loved ones, through our websites, booklets, pamphlets, articles, inspiring and educational videos, radio interviews, events, seminars, projects, social networks and social media. To learn more about IDA, visit our website at http://www.invisibledisabilities.org. Tickets and sponsorship information for the Brain IDEAS Symposium are available at http://bit.ly/1QBgAid.