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May 2, 2013

NEWS AND TRIBUNE BRIEFS — For May 2

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Dr. Thomas Sehlinger, board-certified orthopedic surgeon, will lead the seminar focusing on the causes of knee and hip pain, getting good diagnoses and discuss conservative and surgical treatment options. Additional information will be available on Clark Memorial’s Fast Track Joint Replacement program. The new program is designed to provide every joint replacement patient with lower risk, less discomfort and a faster recovery through education, advanced pain management, minimally invasive surgical techniques, comprehensive after care and the comfort of having a nurse navigator to guide patients through the entire process.

Online registration for the free seminar is available on the hospital’s website at http://www.clarkmemorial.org/seminars-events/  or by calling 812-283-2926.

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