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Are You Considering Joint Replacement Surgery?

September 13, 2013

Middletown, NY- Orange Regional Medical Center will host a free Joint Replacement seminar on Wednesday, September 25 at 7:30 p.m. at Orange Regional Medical Center, Conference Center, 707 East Main Street in Middletown. The seminar will offer a panel of Orthopedic Specialists available to answer your questions about all types of joint replacement surgery, including surgical options, pre- and post-operative care and the benefits of total joint replacement. In addition, Dr. Christopher Inzerillo, a Board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon, will make a special presentation on shoulder problems. Attendees will also have the opportunity to network with patients who have had joint replacement surgery. Light refreshments will be served. Seats are limited and registration is required by September 23rd.

According to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, more than one million Americans have a hip or knee replaced each year. Additionally, the Centers for Disease Control reports the most common reason for joint replacement is pain and decreased quality of life from osteoarthritis.

“The orthopedic specialists at Orange Regional’s Bone & Joint Center are committed to restoring their patients’ quality of life by providing them with the most comprehensive care both before and after surgery,” says Dr. Kevin Trapp, Medical Director of the Bone & Joint Center. “We are proud to offer a robust orthopedic program to the residents in the Hudson Valley community.”

If you are experiencing joint pain and limited mobility and are considering a knee, hip, elbow, shoulder or other joint replacement surgery, this seminar will offer you information that may help you decide your next step.

For more information or to register, please call 1-888-321-6762.

Orange Regional Medical Center is a member of the Greater Hudson Valley Health System.

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