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About Dr. J Alan Fry
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Entries by Dr. J Alan Fry
If your child has Tourette’s Syndrome, local doctors need their help with the D1AMOND study testing an investigational drug. If your child has Tourette’s Syndrome, you know that physical (motor) and verbal (vocal) tics can be frustrating because they are unpredictable and disruptive. No matter how often tics happen or how intense they are, they can […]
A common question for parents of patients with epilepsy is, “What happens when they are of age to drive?” Below is an informative chart that displays state requirements. Additional information can also be found at The Epilepsy Foundation driving laws database.
Dr. Fry’s office now offers this seizure monitoring device as an option. Embrace2 is the world’s most advanced smartband for seizure monitoring. Embrace2 uses advanced machine learning algorithms to identify patterns that may be associated with generalized tonic-clonic seizures.
Join the Epilepsy Foundation of Middle and West Tennessee for their Walk to End Epilepsy, Saturday September 28th, 2019. Go to: walktoendepilepsy.eventbrite.com to register for free. Location: Sharp Springs Park, 311 Jefferson Pike, Smyrna TN 37167
Youth Ambassador Program (ages 12 to 17) The Tourette Association of America has announced that they are accepting applications for their Youth Ambassador Program. The Program is open for applications from ages 12 to 17. As a Youth Ambassador teens will be trained to advocate for and talk about Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorders in […]
Take Back Day: Saturday, April 27, 2019 10:00 am – 2:00 pm COLLECTION SITE ~DISTANCE VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPT CENTER FOR STUDENT WELLBEING APRIL 12TH – RITES OF SPRING CONCERT 2 miles. Map METRO NASHVILLE INT. AIRPORT-DEP OF PUBLIC SAFETY POLICE/FIRE STATION 8 miles. Map BRENTWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT BRENTWOOD CITY HALL 9 miles. Map METRO […]
April 27, 2019 – 10AM to 2PM The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications. With the Spring season is upon us. It’s a good time to clean out […]
Learn more about the Epilepsy Foundation of Middle and West Tennessee and click here to download their brochure.
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