Orthopedic surgeon Helena Meyer, MD, to present“Your Aching Feet (and Ankles)”
Fall River, MA – Are you coping with bunions? Achilles tendon pain? Plantar fasciitis? Ankle injury? Other foot or ankle conditions?
Get answers to your questions at a free program with orthopedic surgeon Helena Meyer, DO, of Hawthorn Medical Associates, Dartmouth.
Sponsored by Saint Anne’s Hospital Center for Orthopedic Excellence, Dr. Meyer will present “Your Aching Feet (and Ankles)” on Wednesday, October 2, at White’s of Westport, 66 State Road (Route 6), Westport.
Dr. Meyer will discuss the latest non-surgical and surgical techniques to treat a wide variety of foot and ankle injuries and conditions, including flat and high arches, bunions, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendon problems, and much more. You’ll learn great tips, ranging from orthotics and physical therapy, to surgical options.
This program will be held from 6 to 7:30 pm. Refreshments will be served. There is no charge, but advance registration is requested by calling 508-689-3944, or emailing SAHRSVP@Steward.org. Please indicate the date and name of this program when you register.
About Saint Anne’s Hospital Center for Orthopedic Excellence
Saint Anne’s Hospital Center for Orthopedic Excellence provides comprehensive orthopedic care for all members of the family, including children and adults of all ages. Since becoming the first hospital in Massachusetts in 2011 to offer Mako® robotic-assisted technology for joint replacement, surgeons have performed more than 1,000 Mako procedures for knee and hip replacement and continue to offer a growing range of options in non-surgical and surgical orthopedic care and sports medicine.
The Center for Orthopedic Excellence has earned multiple national recognitions for quality, safety and patient satisfaction for joint replacement care. These include designation by Blue Cross Blue Shield as a Blue Distinction+ Center for Knee and Hip Replacement and advanced certification from The Joint Commission for total hip and total knee replacement.