Webinar: Transcutaneous Afferent Patterned Stimulation (TAPS)

Electricity as Medicine

TAPS therapy: What is it? Who benefits? What is the evidence?

Essential tremor is anything but benign, and neither are the side effects of medication. Patients adjust their day-to-day because they are embarrassed to attempt basic tasks like eating a meal at a restaurant or meeting up with friends for coffee. Patients living with essential tremor have good days and bad days, with their independence at risk on bad days. Register for the webinar to help your patients regain their independence with Cala TAPS therapy.

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Tuesday, December 6, 2022, 8:00 pm ET / 5:00 pm PT
Wednesday, December 7, 2022, 3:00 pm ET / 12:00 pm PT

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Transcutaneous Afferent Patterned Stimulation (TAPS): Electricity as Medicine
  • How can we use electricity as medicine?
  • What is TAPS / Cala Trio for essential tremors?
  • Patient Selection: Who are the best patients for therapy?
  • What is the clinical evidence to support it?

Speaker lineup
Pravin Khemani, M.D.

Pravin Khemani, M.D.

Swedish Neuroscience Institute

Dr. Khemani is the Medical Director of the Movement Disorders Program at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute. Dr. Khemani is a Movement Disorders Neurologist specializing in Parkinson’s Disease, Essential Tremor, Deep Brain Stimulation, Dystonia, and Ataxia. His clinical research consists of co-authoring 23 peer-reviewed articles, and is an active participant in clinical trials.

Alex Kent, Ph.D.

Alex Kent, Ph.D.


Dr. Alex Kent is Sr. Director, Research for Cala. He leads the company's scientific activities, including therapy development and clinical evaluation, mechanism of action discovery, and data analytics. Dr. Kent completed his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering at Duke University and previously worked as a Research Manager at Abbott Neuromodulation.

Dhira Khosla, D.O.

Dhira Khosla D.O.


Dr. Dhira Khosla currently serves as the Medical Director of Cala. She completed her neurology residency at SUNY Downstate and neuromuscular fellowship training at Stanford University. She is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and has practiced for 13 years in a community-based setting. Her research interests lie in bioelectronic medicine and non-invasive medical devices to help patients suffering from neurological conditions.

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