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Musculoskeletal System

Adult Foot Disorders

As we age our feet change and present us with problems we’ve never had before. This talk focuses on the changes in our feet as we age, and the common problems and treatments for these ailments. Speaker: Kenneth Hunt, MD








Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a disorder that causes extreme fatigue that is unchanged with rest and which interferes with one's ability to attend to daily activities. It is often accompanied with an array of symptoms that can include muscle pain, memory problems, headaches, pain in multiple joints, sleep problems, sore throat and tender lymph nodes. Since other illnesses can cause similar symptoms, CFS is hard to diagnose. Dr. Montoya discusses CFS and current research regarding diagnosis and treatment and the possible CFS-infection connection. Speaker: Jose Montoya, MD

 


Implications of Healthcare Reform for Total Hip and Knee Replacement Patients

This talk covers the different perspectives on how the value for treatment can be defined, and the role of the orthopaedic joint replacement community in shaping the challenging road that lays ahead.
Speaker: James Huddleston, MD

 

 


Non-Invasive Treatment of Back Pain

Back pain is one of the most common health complaints affecting 8 out 10 people across their lifespan, and causing more lost work time than any other ailment. Since it has many causes, there are reasons to explore different treatment modalities other than surgery, if possible. This talk focused on ways of addressing back pain that do not involve surgery. Speaker: Matthew Smuck, MD

 


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