Join us in an ongoing, supportive and educational setting to discuss the diagnosis and consequences of brain aneurysms as well as treatment options, recovery, short- and long-term impacts, and the risks for other family members.
The Brain Aneurysm Support Group provides helpful resources as well as ample opportunities for reassurance and personal exchange.
Support group meeting are held at the Spine and Brain Imaging Center, 10500 W Loomis Rd in Franklin. Everyone is invited – patients, families and anyone in the community who is interested in the treatment of brain aneurysms.
Support Group Meeting Details
Brain Aneurysm Support Group meetings are normally held on the fourth Thursday of most months from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. In December, we meet on the first Thursday of the month.
However, due to COVID-19 and the safety of our patients, meetings have been suspended at this time.
Patients with questions or seeking support can call our offices at 414-488-1111
You can also read more on brain aneurysms using the resources below:
More Support Group Information
For additional information or to register, please contact:
Jane Parthum, APNP at email@example.com or (414) 649-7551 or Kyle Parthum at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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