New Insights into Essential Tremor:
Clinical Results from a Non-Invasive Wrist-worn Neuromodulation Therapy
This webinar will review the latest data from the landmark PROSPECT trial: PROspective study for SymPtomatic relief of Essential tremor with Cala Therapy.
Dr. Khemani will also present a first look at data from patients using Cala Therapy to control their tremors in their everyday lives.
Join the webinar to learn more about the first-ever non-invasive, targeted nerve stimulator for the treatment of ET.
Dr. Pravin Khemani practices at Swedish Medical Group and is an investigator in the PROSPECT study, the largest therapeutic clinical trial in essential tremor. He is board certified in Neurology and his fellowship training in Movement Disorders was at Stanford and in Neuromuscular disorders at University of Texas Southwestern. Dr. Khemani’s peer-reviewed publications have focused on neuromodulation for movement disorders.
Previously Recorded Webinars
Symptomatic Relief in Essential Tremor with Home Use of Non-Invasive Neuromodulation Therapy
This webinar will review the mechanisms of action for Cala Trio therapy and the results of the largest clinical trial for patients with essential tremor. The PROspective study for SymPtomatic relief of Essential tremor with Cala Therapy (PROSPECT) was a multi-center 3-month study that evaluated the effectiveness of extended home use of Cala Health’s initial product, in symptomatic relief of essential tremor (ET) in the hands.
Cala Trio Introductory Webinar for Physicians
This webinar presents the clinical evidence for Cala Trio and explains the user experience of this novel technology, first-in-class therapy. Get all your questions answered about this breakthrough therapy for essential tremor. Learn from the Cala Health experts including Cala Trio Product Manager, Tony Francisco. Dr. Khosla shares her experience in treating over 50 patients with the Cala Trio therapy. Listen now to learn about bringing individualized therapy that effectively relieves hand tremors into your practice this year.