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Breaking Free From Joint Pain Seminar

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Dr. Ronald Teed, orthopedic surgeon, presents options for joint replacement and advanced treatments available in Tillamook

There is good news for those who suffer from joint pain: today there are more options for breaking free from this pain than ever before. Dr. Ronald Teed, a board certified orthopedic surgeon who maintains an office in Tillamook and performs surgeries at Tillamook County General Hospital, will present a free seminar on Thursday, November 5, from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. in Conference Room A at the hospital. Dr. Teed will discuss the latest advancements in joint replacement. Hospital staff will also provide information on what to expect with rehabilitation and surgery services. Refreshments will be provided.

As part of its ongoing commitment to bring top quality patient care to the local community, Tillamook County General Hospital is pleased to partner with Dr. Teed to make a wide range of orthopedic procedures and treatments available right here in Tillamook. And the hospital's Surgery and Rehabilitation departments work closely with each patient to provide a seamless process of care from pre-operative assessments and education through surgery and post-operative recovery.

"Our Rehab staff work as a team to provide individualized, expert physical and occupational therapy to help patients regain their mobility and independence as soon after surgery as possible," states Rehab Services director, Sonja Bradburn, MS, OTR/L. "Quality of life and safety are our top priorities as we work together with the patient on their journey to improved health."

For more information on this patient seminar, please call the hospital’s Community Education office at (503)-815-2270.