We are pleased to announce a free upcoming health seminar with Dr. Stephen Southerland!
On Thursday, May 28, from 6 to 8 p.m., Dr. Southerland will be presenting on an important topic for those with arthritis and joint pain: total joint replacement. Dr. Southerland will give an in-depth talk, explaining the history of hip and knee replacement, the role of joint replacement in the treatment of arthritis, and the changes in devices and techniques used today.
Join us at PeaceHealth Southwest Health Education center for a lively and information discussion just in time to wrap up Arthritis Awareness Month. If you are suffering from joint pain and considering treatment, this event is for you- come have your questions answered by a fellowship-trained and board-certified hip and knee specialist. There is no cost, and the talk is open to all!
How Do I Sign Up?
Learn how joint replacement could help you leave the painful aches behind by registering online here or calling 360-514-2190.
Joint Replacement Resources
In anticipation of the upcoming doc talk, check out some of our past posts on joint replacement surgery, for insight from our doctors:
- Hip Replacement: How to Prepare and What to Expect
- A Guide to Knee Replacement Surgery
- Hip Bursitis vs. Hip Osteoarthritis: How to Know the Difference
- Knee Pain Treatment Options
About Dr. Southerland
Stephen Southerland is an orthopedic surgeon with a subspecialty interest in joint replacement and sports medicine. He believes that the primary goal of treatment is an early return to function, and emphasizes prompt diagnosis, timely surgical intervention and patient education.
Event: Orthopedic Update: Hip and Knee Replacement
Date: Thursday, May 28
Time: 6-8 p.m.
PeaceHealth Southwest Health Education Center
600 NE 92nd Avenue
Vancouver, WA 98664
- Enter on 92nd Avenue from Mill Plain Boulevard
- Pass the parking structure, then turn left
- The Health Education Center entrance is directly across the first driveway, north of the parking structure.
IMPORTANT UPDATE - Rebound remains OPEN and will continue with scheduled surgeries at this time. We will provide notification if things change in the future.x