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  • Injuries in the Female AthleteRegister Button

    Date | Thurs. Aug. 13
    Time | 6 – 7:30pm
    Location | Penrose-St. Francis Primary Care, 3027 N. Circle, Community Room
    Cost | FREE

    Join Dr. Nick Piantanida, family and sports medicine physician, and Shad Schreiner, DPT, OCS, physical therapist, who will discuss common medical concerns that may present in female athletes. Topics include prevention, treatment and management for knee injuries, osteoporosis management, female athlete triad, and various overuse injuries associated with sports participation. Light refreshments will be provided.

    Strong to the BoneRegister Button

    Date | Thursday, Sept. 24
    Time | 6 - 7:30 pm
    Location | Penrose Cancer Center, 2222 N. Nevada Ave., Cancer Center Conference Rooms A, B, & C
    Cost | FREE

    Are you a female or male over age 50? Have you been through menopause? Have you ever broken a bone, such as your wrist when you slipped and fell from a standing position?  If you answered yes to any of these questions, join Dr. Nicholas Piantanida, family and sports medicine physician, for a FREE seminar  on osteoporosis, the diseases and conditions that may cause it, medical evaluation, and how to prevent and treat the condition. Refreshments provided. 

    What's New with Hip and Knee TreatmentRegister Button

    Date | Wed. Aug. 12
    Time | 6 – 7:30 pm
    Location | Penrose Cancer Center, 2222 N. Nevada Ave., Conference Rooms B & C
    Cost | FREE
    Do you have hip or knee pain that never goes away? Have you been told you have arthritis in your joints? Are you experiencing knee or hip pain or other symptoms that result from wear and tear of the joints? If you answered yes to any of these questions, we invite you to a FREE seminar with Steve Myers, MD, orthopedic surgeon, to learn how to protect your joints and discover treatments that may work to relieve your pain. 

    Stepping On!

    Stepping On empowers older adults to carry out healthy behaviors that reduce the risks of falls. This workshop meets once a week for seven weeks using adult education and self-efficacy principles. In a small group setting, older adults learn balance exercises and develop specific knowledge and skills to prevent falls. Older adults who should attend are those who are, at risk for falling, have a fear of falling, or who have fallen one or more times. The workshop is co-led by a health care professional and a lay leader. Local guest experts assist by providing information on exercise, vision, safety and medications. Limited to 14 participants.

    For dates, times and to register for the Stepping On program, call 719-776-5926.

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