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OrthoTopics: Education in Motion

Wednesday, Sep 30, 2015
OrthoTopics: Education in Motion

At Doylestown Health's Orthopedic Institute, specialists are utilizing the latest technology, nonsurgical treatment options, and expert surgical techniques to help restore mobility, alleviate pain and improve quality of life for patients. Join us for an upcoming educational opportunity to learn more!

Open House: Orthopedics Mobile Learning Center

Thurs., Oct 22 – Time: 10 am to 5 pm
Fri., Oct 23 – Time: 10 am to 3 pm
Main Parking Lot, Doylestown Hospital

Zimmer Biomet's Mobile Learning Center will be on site at Doylestown Hospital! Join us for an open house to meet Doylestown Health's orthopedic and rehabilitation therapy specialists, get hands-on experience with hip and knee prostheses, and learn about the latest technologies in orthopedic care that can help restore mobility, alleviate pain and improve quality of life for patients.

The Zimmer Mobile Learning Center is a traveling education vehicle that provides education for community members and health care professionals on a wide range of orthopedic topics and treatment options.

The open house is FREE and open to the public. No registration is required.

Orthopedic Seminars

Fri., Oct. 23, Conference Room J, Doylestown Hospital

Join physicians from Doylestown Health's Orthopedic Institute for health discussions on the latest topics in orthopedics including joint replacement, spine health, knee pain and shoulder injuries. Attend a discussion on a topic that interests you, or join us for the full day! After the seminars, guests are invited to visit Zimmer Biomet's Mobile Learning Center to meet Doylestown Health's orthopedic and rehabilitation therapy specialists, get hands-on experience with hip and knee prostheses, and learn about the latest technologies in orthopedic care.

Registration recommended/walk-ins welcome for OrthoTopics seminars. All events are FREE. To register, click on the registration links below or call 215-345-2121.

OrthoTopics: Overview of Joint Replacement Surgery

Fri., Oct. 23 – Time: 9 to 10 am

Conference Room J, Doylestown Hospital

Are you living with painful joints or severe arthritis? Considering joint replacement surgery? Doylestown Health's Orthopedic Institute offers a patient-first approach to joint replacement surgery with top orthopedic surgeons and a supportive rehabilitation program. Meet Orthopedic Institute medical director Charles Burrows, MD, to learn about joint replacement surgery, how artificial joints work and what to expect after your joint replacement.

Register for OrthoTopics: Overview of Joint Replacement Surgery

OrthoTopics: Rapid Recovery Joint Replacement

Fri., Oct. 23 – Time: 10 to 11 am

Conference Room J, Doylestown Hospital

Considering joint replacement surgery but concerned about recovery time? Orthopedic surgeon Thomas Vikoren, MD, will discuss the Doylestown Accelerated Surgical Healing Program (DASH), an innovative joint replacement program for eligible patients who are interested in a rapid recovery. DASH utilizes state-of-the-art preoperative care, advanced surgical techniques, personalized pain control, and accelerated therapy regimens.

Register for OrthoTopics: Rapid Recovery Joint Replacement

OrthoTopics: New Concepts in Spine Surgery

Fri., Oct. 23 – Time: 11 am to Noon

Conference Room J, Doylestown Hospital

Your spine is a flexible support system for your body and it's important to keep it healthy throughout your life. Orthopedic surgeon and spine health specialist Michael Gratch, MD, discusses new concepts in how and when spinal surgeries are performed.

Register for OrthoTopics: New Concepts in Spine Surgery

OrthoTopics: Innovations in Knee Pain Treatment

Fri., Oct. 23 – Time: Noon to 1 pm

Conference Room J, Doylestown Hospital

Have you had knee pain for 3 months or more and limited or no relief from treatments such as medications, injections or arthroscopy? If so, you may be a candidate for subchondroplasty, a new, minimally invasive procedure that targets and treats chronic knee pain. Orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist Douglas Boylan, MD, will discuss chronic knee pain, treatments options available, and how subchondroplasty is bringing relief to patients.

Register for OrthoTopics: Innovations in Knee Pain Treatment

OrthoTopics: Treating Shoulder Injuries and Pain

Fri., Oct. 23 – Time: 1 to 2 pm

Conference Room J, Doylestown Hospital

The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body. With osteoarthritis, the cartilage that typically cushions the bones that touch is missing, making movement painful. In addition, sports injuries and the wear and tear of aging can damage the shoulder joint. Orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist Kieran D. Cody, MD, will discuss shoulder conditions and injuries, and the range of treatments available – from minimally-invasive options to shoulder replacement.

Register for OrthoTopics: Treating Shoulder Injuries and Pain

Learn more about Doylestown Health's Orthopedic Institute.

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