– Medical professionals symposium in Tel Aviv
12/25/2010 reveals that neuroscientists, neurologists, psychiatrists, physiatrists, gerontologists and experts in related fields will be travelling to Tel Aviv for the 7th Annual Update Symposium on Clinical Neurology and Neurophysiology

Online PR News – 25-December-2010 – – The course provides the chance for these professionals to update themselves and stay current with any advances in the field of clinical neurophysiology.

The Israeli capital’s Dan Panorama Hotel is hosting the two day convention which has been sponsored by leading medical centres in the country that include the Joseph Sagol Neuroscience facility. Registration fees for the seminar, between the 21st and 22nd of February 2011, range from US$550 to $695.

The Tel Aviv hotels in the locality of the Dan Panorama are expected to see a surge of advance bookings prior to the symposium. The Dan Panorama is on the seafront and just north of the city’s atmospheric Old Jaffa historic quarter.

The general theme of the symposium is the diverse aspects of the central and secondary nervous systems with specific focus on healthy aging, the loss of function in cognitive thought processes, gait and movement in elderly people, and factors affecting cardiovascular in the elderly. Exhibits of pharmaceuticals and therapeutic patient equipment at the event allow participants to purchase if they wish to.

Lek Boonlert, marketing head of remarked: “The clinical neurophysiology course in Tel Aviv has been aimed at health care professionals all over the world. Lots of them are expected to attend and this will place a strain on accommodation in the city, which is best negated with a little online research prior to arrival.”