Hips, Shoulders, Knees and Feet: St. Luke’s Medical Center, Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital Hosts FREE Seminar on Joint Health, Feb. 27

PHOENIX/TEMPE – (Jan. 26, 2016) – Aches and pains please go away! If you’re suffering from these type of symptoms day in and day out, you just might be interested in the St. Luke’s Medical Center and Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital FREE, interactive joint health seminar from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Feb. 27 at the Tempe Mission Palms Hotel and Conference Center.

Attendees will hear from physicians from Hedley Orthopaedic Institute and Arizona Institute of Footcare Physicians about all aspects of hip, shoulder, knee and foot health, including learning different approaches to keeping their joints healthy, the latest on arthritis and options for treatment, including joint replacement procedures, robotic innovations and regenerative medicine. The session will also have a question-and-answer period giving attendees the opportunity to ask a range of questions about joint health.

A continental breakfast will be served at the event. There are a limited number of seats available for the seminar. Attendees are encouraged to register by calling 1-877-351-WELL (9355) or registering online at www.stlukesmedcenter.com.

WHERE: Tempe Mission Palms
60 E. 5th St., Tempe
*Free valet parking is available for all attendees

WHEN: Saturday, Feb. 27
9 a.m. – Noon

WHO: Physician presenters include:

Phillip Bennion, M.D.
Tim Bert, M.D.
Jimmy Chow, M.D.
H. Royer Collins, M.D.
Brandon Gough, M.D.
Anthony K. Hedley, M.D., FRCS
Michael J. Sumko, D.O.
Amy Overlin, M.D.
Kerry Zang, DPM

About St. Luke’s Medical Center
Serving Metropolitan Phoenix for more than 100 years, St. Luke’s Medical Center is a 200-bed tertiary care hospital part of IASIS Healthcare offering a full range of medical services, including
emergency care, orthopaedics, cardiac care, bariatrics, physical rehabilitation, pain management and wound care. St. Luke’s has a long history of innovation as the first hospital in Arizona to open a cardiac catheterization lab, and the first in the Valley to perform open heart surgery. With a focus on serving the diverse health care needs of the community, experienced professionals provide high quality care with the latest technology, in a caring environment. St. Luke’s Medical Center is an Official Healthcare Partner of the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury. For more information, visit www.stlukesmedcenter.com or call 1-877-351-WELL (9355). Find St. Luke’s Medical Center on Facebook and follow the hospital on Twitter.

About Physician Group of Arizona, Inc.
Physician Group of Arizona, Inc., (PGA) part of IASIS Healthcare, is comprised of primary and specialty care physicians and surgeons committed to delivering the highest quality patient care. Combining expertise and personalized service with advanced technological equipment and facilities, these physicians provide high-quality healthcare to adolescents, adults and seniors throughout the Valley. PGA physicians are members of the medical staff at IASIS Healthcare hospitals in Arizona, including Mountain Vista Medical Center in Mesa, St. Luke’s Medical Center in Phoenix and Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital in Tempe. Physician Group of Arizona is an Official Healthcare Partner of the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury. For more information about PGA, visit PhysicianGroupAZ.com or call 1-855-551-DOCS (3627).

About Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital
Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital, part of IASIS Healthcare, is an 87-bed, community hospital that has been serving the East Valley for more than 70 years. Tempe St. Luke’s offers comprehensive health care services, including emergency care, orthopaedics, advanced surgical procedures, diagnostic imaging, maternity care, women’s services, pain management and wound care in a caring, community hospital atmosphere. Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital is an Official Healthcare Partner of the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury. For more information, visit www.tempestlukeshospital.com or call 1-877-351-WELL (9355). Find Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital on Facebook and follow the hospital on Twitter.

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