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Physician Lecture Series May 2013 - Brain Attack: The Latest in Stroke Prevention & Treatment

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If you're an athlete, your knee joint is susceptible to injury. In fact, knee injuries make up about 55 percent of all sports injuries and can cause an athlete to experience pain in surrounding muscles, tendons, ligaments and cartilage. Join orthopaedic and sports medicine specialist Bruce Stewart, MD, to discuss knee injuries in athletes and ways to prevent and treat ligament, meniscus and performance-limiting knee injuries. Reserve your seat for this free lecture by registering online at hollandhospital.org or call (616) 394-3344.   

Stroke is the fourth leading cause of death and a leading cause of serious, long-term adult disability. It can happen to anyone, at anytime. Because rapid treatment is essential, you should know what to do immediately when it occurs. One of the most important components in the treatment of stroke is learning to recognize the signs and symptoms. Join Sandip Kothari, MD, Medical Director of Holland Hospital's Primary Stroke Center, as he presents Brain Attack: The Latest in Stroke Prevention & Cutting Edge Treatment Options as part of the 2013 Holland Hospital Physician's Lecture Series. Dr. Kothari will discuss the signs and symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of stroke. Brain Attack: The Latest in Stroke Prevention & Cutting Edge Treatment Options will be held Thursday, May 9th from 6 - 7:00 PM in the Conference Center at Holland Hospital. The presentation is free to the public. Reservations can be made online at hollandhospital.org or by calling the Center for Good Health at 616-394-3344.

  Location: Holland Hospital - Conf Room A  

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13ZPLS0505/09/201305/09/2013Th : 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM0.00

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