tags.w55c.net

Covid-19 (Coronavirus): For information related to COVID-19, visit vcuhealth.org/covid-19. For information specific to children and families, visit Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU.

Group Created with Sketch.

Need help

Search VCU Health

0 Results
View Results

Creepy Crawlies: Late Night Dancing or Restless Legs Syndrome?

placeholder image

Do strange and unpleasant sensations in your legs keep you up at night?  Are you bothered by an almost irresistible urge to move your legs when you lie down or relax?  If so, you may have a sleep disorder known as restless legs syndrome (RLS).  The tingling, aching and itching of restless legs syndrome can last for hours and usually gets worse at night, preventing you from getting sleep.  What are signs and symptoms of restless legs syndrome?  How is RLS diagnosed and what are treatments for it?

If you are seeking answers to questions like these you should attend April’s C.O.R.E. (Community Out-Reach Education) Program at VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital to learn more about restless legs syndrome.

This FREE program will be on Tuesday, April 25th at 4:00 p.m. in the VCU Health CMH Education Center Auditorium at 125 Buena Vista Circle in South Hill.

Carlos A. Williams, MD, will be the speaker for the program.  Dr. Williams specializes in Neurology and is Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.  He provides comprehensive consultation, evaluation, and management of disorders of the central and peripheral nervous and neuromuscular systems at VCU Health Commonwealth Neuro Specialists located at 501 Lombardy Street in South Hill. 

Reservations are not required for this program; however, they are recommended.  For more information or to register to attend, please call (434) 774-2550 or visit www.vcu-cmh.org.  Entrance to the VCU Health CMH Education Center Auditorium is to the left of the main hospital entrance.

Dr. Carlos A. Williams, Neurologist