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Latest Installment of Orthopedic Hospital Education Series Takes a Look at that Pain in the Neck

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (June 5, 2012) – The next class offered during The Orthopedic Hospital of Lutheran Health Network’s 2012 education series will help attendees learn more about the causes of neck pain and discuss strategies to help prevent it.

“What a Pain in the Neck” will be offered Tuesday, June 19, at 6 p.m. in special function rooms 3 & 4 on the lower level of Lutheran Hospital, 7950 W. Jefferson Blvd. This free presentation will be led by Mark Reecer, MD, Fort Wayne Physical Medicine. He will also discuss testing and treatment options, including the innovative use of hormone replacement therapy.

Refreshments will be served. Call 435-2631 by June 14 to register.

Guests are asked to park in the south parking garage on the Lutheran Hospital campus and enter the south lobby through Door #3 to avoid construction at the hospital’s main entrance. There is no cost for parking. 

Visit TheOrthoHospital.com to learn more about The Orthopedic Hospital of Lutheran Health Network.   


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