PRLog - Sep. 24, 2010 - SAN LEANDRO, Calif. -- CONTACT:
ACP W-24th Annual Congress Tag
Linda Chreno, CAE, IOM
510.346.6800 ext 112
ACP 24th Congress Keynote Speaker: Dr. Paolo Zamboni
[San Leandro, CA] – The American College of Phlebology’s (ACP) keynote speaker will be Paolo Zamboni, Professor of Medicine at the University of Ferrara in Italy. Dr. Zamboni has pioneered the concept of Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency (CCVI) and its role in Multiple Sclerosis. The concept of cerebral venous obstruction causing tissue damage in the brain similar to the way it causes tissue damage in the lower extremities is a completely novel approach to MS research which could be a “sea change” in the understanding and treatment of this condition. Dr. Melvin Rosenblatt, ACP Congress Chairman, stated: “This work is remarkably innovative and offers hope to those afflicted with this difficult to treat illness.”
The ACP’s 24th Annual Congress will beheld November 4 – 7, 2010, at the Renaissance Orlando Resort at SeaWorld in Orlando, Florida. The ACP Congress program will meet the educational needs of both the expert and novice phlebologist and those interested in vein care. Nationally and internationally recognized experts will present the latest advancements and technologies for the study and treatment of venous and lymphatic disease. The ACP is the only provider specializing in the field of phlebology that is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) who can directly sponsor continuing medical education activities for AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM. A full program can be found at www.acpcongress.org.
The American College of Phlebology is the premiere association for physicians and allied health professionals working in the field of venous disorders which includes the treatment of varicose veins, DVT, spider veins, venous ulcers and other vein related conditions. The ACP is comprised of over 2000 phlebology professionals who are setting the pace and direction for the growth of the field of phlebology (vein care). The ACP is the forum for healthcare professionals treating venous diseases to exchange medical knowledge. In addition, the ACP also offers vein treatment education and training, and seeks to improve the quality of patient care.
For more information on the American College of Phlebology, visit www.phlebology.org;
American College of Phlebology
101 Callan Avenue ● Suite 210 ● San Leandro ● CA 94577
510.346.6800 ● 510.346.6808 fax
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The ACP is comprised of over 2000 phlebology professionals who are setting the pace and direction for the growth of the field of phlebology. The ACP is the forum for vein physicians in which to exchange medical knowledge. In addition, the ACP also offers vein treatment education and training, and seeks to improve the quality of patient care.