Joint Jaunt 2017

Tuesday, Jul 25, 2017

Have you had a joint replacement, or are you considering joint replacement surgery? Join Doylestown Health's Orthopedic Institute for a morning of fun, education and exercise on Saturday, September 30th at the Joint Jaunt!

Attend the event and receive a free gift!

1-Mile Walk

Registration and continental breakfast 8:15 am, Conference Room J | Walk begins 8:45 am

Doylestown Health's Orthopedic Institute hosts the Joint Jaunt to help patients celebrate their road to full recovery after joint replacement. The 1-mile walk takes place around the grounds and gardens of Doylestown Hospital. Participants can choose how far they would like to walk, and the event is open to everyone regardless of whether or not you've had a knee or hip replacement.

Joint Replacement Panel Discussion

9:15 am, Conference Room J

Come join Doylestown Health's orthopedic team for a panel discussion on "Life with a Total Joint Replacement." The program is immediately following the Joint Jaunt.

Location

Doylestown Hospital
595 W State Street
Doylestown, PA 18901

Join Us!

Registration is required. Register online for the Joint Jaunt or call 215-345-2121.

About Doylestown Health's Orthopedic Institute

For joint repair and replacement, spine and hand surgery, sports medicine and osteoporosis care, you’ll find Doylestown Health’s Orthopedic Institute is the perfect fit. With same and next day appointments available, our board-certified and fellowship-trained physicians treat all types of bone and muscle conditions. And for eligible joint replacement patients, our rapid recovery program helps patients return to the activities they love – faster.

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