PPA 2019 Orlando Conference
We are pleased to announce our 2019 Orlando PPA Conference. This is a 3 – day conference and is open to all PPA members, their families, and physicians. This will be a wonderful time to renew old friendships and forge new ones! Please click the button below for all information about the conference which includes all speakers, times of presentations, and dinner.
Periodic Paralysis is a group of disorders whereby patients become weak due to triggers such as rest after exercise or certain foods. These disorders are part of a broader class of disorders called ion channelopathies, in which a genetic defect in a muscle ion channel results in symptoms of episodic stiffness or weakness in response to certain triggers.
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For patient view information, read these two articles:
Insider Tips on Periodic Paralysis: Issues in Developing a Comprehensive Treatment Plan
From Karate Kid To Paralysis
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