West Chester Hospital Hosts Free Joint Pain Seminars on August 24 and 28

WEST CHESTER, Ohio—August 7, 2013—Joint pain is a common complaint among adults of all ages and activity levels. It can range from simply annoying to debilitating, and can impair a person’s ability to fully enjoy life. The orthopaedic specialists at West Chester Hospital are available to help those who suffer with mild to severe joint pain.

West Chester Hospital will present two free joint pain seminars featuring the region’s leading orthopaedic specialists and a physical therapist on August 24 and 28. Physician presenters will discuss knee, hip, foot and ankle pain, including diagnosis and treatment options, including replacement surgery. A physical therapist will share common rehabilitation techniques and will demonstrate how to achieve optimal mobility after injury.

WHEN: Sat., August 24, 9–10:30 a.m.

The seminar will be repeated on Wed., August 28, 7-8:30 p.m.

WHERE: West Chester Hospital, Plaza Conference Room (level A)

7700 University Drive West Chester, Ohio 45069

Space is limited for this free event. Participants are asked to reserve their seats by calling (513) 298-3000. Light refreshments will be provided. For more information about orthopaedic services available at West Chester Hospital, please visit UCHealth.com/WestChesterHospital.

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About UC Health
UC Health, the University of Cincinnati’s affiliated health system, includes University of Cincinnati Medical Center, ranked one of the best hospitals in the region by U.S. News & World Report; West Chester Hospital, one of Cincinnati’s newest hospitals and the recipient of the 2012 Healthgrades® Outstanding Patient Experience Award™, placing the facility’s performance above 90 percent of hospitals nationally for patient satisfaction; Drake Center, Cincinnati’s premier provider of long-term acute care; University of Cincinnati Physicians, Cincinnati’s largest multi-specialty practice group with more than 700 board-certified clinicians and surgeons; Lindner Center of HOPE, the region’s premier mental health center; and several institutes focusing on the areas of cancer, the neurosciences, cardiovascular and diabetes. To learn more, visit UCHealth.com.

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