Windham Hospital Offers Free Lecture Series on Common Orthopedic Ailments and Advanced Treatment Options

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Learn how to get rid of pain and get your life back on track with a free orthopedic lecture series—“Less Pain, More Gain”—at Windham Hospital in March.
This three part series includes:
  • “Suffering from hip and knee pain?” on March 6 hosted by Orthopedic Surgeon Kevin Reagan, MD. Dr. Reagan will discuss Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted joint replacement surgery and how this technique is more precise with the possibility of faster recovery. To register, call 1.855.HHC.HERE or visit WindhamHospital.org/Events.
  • “Get a handle on your hand and elbow pain” on March 12 hosted by orthopedic surgeon Stephen Scarangella, MD.  Dr. Scarangella will discuss surgical and other treatment options for hand and elbow pain and causes and treatment for tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow and carpal tunnel. To register, call 1.855.HHC.HERE or visit WindhamHospital.org/Events.
  • “Shoulder Pain: Diagnosis and Treatment Options” on March 26 hosted by orthopedic surgeon Biren Chokshi, MD.  Dr. Chokshi will discuss causes of shoulder pain, treatment and advanced surgical options. To register, call 1.855.HHC.HERE or visit WindhamHospital.org/Events.
 
All lectures will be held from 6 to 7:30 pm in the Windham Hospital main floor Education Center at 112 Mansfield Avenue in Willimantic. The sessions are free but registration is required.  Attendees can register for all talks or individual talks if they prefer.  

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