Joint Pain and Joint Replacement Surgery to be Discussed
OrthoIdaho, Pocatello’s leading orthopedic and sports medicine institute, will be holding a free seminar on joint pain and total join replacement surgery on Wednesday, August 22nd, 5:30pm to 6:30pm, 2240 East Center Street in Pocatello. Matt McKinlay, PA, will be presenting. Light refreshments and food will be served.
“We have many, many patients come in with questions about joint pain and procedures, regenerative medicine, orthopedics and sports medicine in general, and our doctors decided it would be beneficial to the community to hold monthly seminars,” said James Frei, OrthoIdaho’s Office Manager. “It just makes sense to educate the community in a friendly environment where we can cultivate an exchange of ideas, answer questions and provide more insight into all we do here at OrthoIdaho.”
OrthoIdaho was formed from a partnership two years ago between Pocatello Orthopaedics & Medical Specialties of Idaho and Altenburg Joint Replacement with the goal to provide value-based orthopedic care that meets the complex needs of patients and community. Every patient receives the highest quality care in an efficient and cost-effective manner possible.
James Frei continued, “With health care seemingly changing daily and the myriad choices of doctors to choose from, we at OrthoIdaho want to make sure patients looking for services such as ours are fully educated on the process, the solutions, the alternatives, as well as the credentials and quality of doctors they see. We encourage anyone with joint pain, sports injuries or orthopedic needs, to come to our seminar on August 22nd to learn more about the treatments we offer.”
OrthoIdaho continues to be a growing destination for patients with world-class faculty and facility and strives to create a new standard of musculoskeletal care for the 21st century. We’re dedicated to getting patients back in motion quickly and efficiently. No matter what the situation, our goal is always to improve orthopedic patient experiences, care delivery, and clinical outcomes and recovery. Furthermore, we at OrthoIdaho know and understand how important getting back to life is, so everything we do is centered around the right treatment and a quick and full recovery.
For more information, please contact us at 208-233-2100, or firstname.lastname@example.org.