Franciscan St. Elizabeth Health, the Kathryn Weil Center for Education and Spirit of Women are hosting “All Right Now: Solving Shoulder, Hip and Knee Pain” to discuss shoulder, hip and knee diagnostics and procedures.
“All Right Now: Solving Shoulder, Hip and Knee Pain” will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, July 2 at the Kathryn Weil Center for Education. The center is located on the fourth floor of the Medical Arts Building, 415 N. 26th St., Suite 400 in Lafayette.
Speakers and presentations include:
- “Diagnostics and Procedures”: Presented by Robert Hagen, M.D., an orthopedic surgeon with Lafayette Orthopaedic Clinic and Unity Surgical Center. Dr. Hagen will discuss the latest information on shoulder, hip and knee diagnostics and procedures for women.
- “PT/OT: Rehabilitation and Recovery”: Presented by Dusti Chase, M.S., P.T., senior physical therapist and certified physical therapy student clinical instructor, who leads Franciscan St. Elizabeth Health’s women’s health physical therapy program, and Amy Dunwoody, P.T., CLT-LANA, certified lymphedema therapist and co-leader lymphedema therapy team, shoulder therapy specialist and certified physical therapy student clinical instructor, will discuss therapy treatments.
- “Exercises to Improve Joint Mobility and Balance”: Presented by Miracles Fitness, Representatives will also discuss exercises to improve joint mobility and balance and lead the participants in a few sample exercises.
Participants can schedule a free bone density screening offered by Franciscan St. Elizabeth Health. Screening appointments start at 5:20 p.m. and will be available for an hour after the program. To schedule the screening, please call the center.
The Kathryn Weil Center for Education and Franciscan St. Elizabeth Health are members of the Spirit of Women, a national coalition of hospitals and health care providers that pledge to provide the highest standards of excellence in women’s health, education and community outreach.
This event is free and open to the public. Registration is encouraged and can be made by calling the Kathryn Weil Center for Education at (765) 449-5133.
Posted by Rob Ford at 10:53 AM