Neurologist to Offer Brain-Health Advice

Neurologist Dr. Rene Colorado, medical director of the Stroke Center at Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System, will address the Double Nickels Luncheon for those 55 & Up on February 14th. Luncheon begins at 12 noon at the Church of the Good Shepherd, 301 Corral De Tierra Rd, off Hwy 68 between Monterey and Salinas. Dr. Colorado will offer ideas and approaches for keeping our brains healthy during the aging process.

In search of innovative treatments for his patients battling neurological diseases, Dr. Colorado completed his neurology residency through the Harvard Medical School at Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. He completed a fellowship in Vascular Neurology at UCSF and now serves as an adjunct professor for the department of Neurology at UC San Francisco Medical Center. Dr. Colorado enjoys teaching and has found a love for giving back and mentoring the next generation of medical professionals. But his greatest joy comes from treating patients like they are family. His approach to patient care is built upon honest and supportive communication.

Dr. Colorado’s presentation begins at 12:30. If you would like to attend the presentation only, skipping the luncheon, please RSVP to Laurie.Martin@n2pub.com or 831-272-4620.

Double Nickels, a monthly luncheon of deliciously homemade food, is a service of Good Shepherd and Episcopal Senior Communities for the benefit of the 55 & Up community. This February luncheon, we are delighted to note, is offered in coordination with In The Loop Magazine and SVMH. A suggested donation is $5, but is not required.

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