Morning Pointe Presents Chronic Health Conditions And Joint Care Q&A on July 24

Monday, July 16, 2018

Morning Pointe will present a Caregiver Café Educational Q&A - Chronic Health Conditions & Joint Care in partnership with Parkridge Health System, on July 24, from 6-7:30 p.m.

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Officials said, "Join us as expert physicians answer your questions and offer advice to help keep you and your loved ones healthy."

The title of the event is How Stroke, COPD, Vascular Dementia and Cardiovascular Disease Change Behaviors.

 

Doctors and other professionals in attendance will be:


Christian Allan, MD, electrophysiologist at Diagnostic Cardiology Group
Jennifer Mirza, DO, cardiologist at Parkridge Medical Group
Susan Taylor, MD, pulmonologist at Parkridge Medical Group

Joint Care: How to Care for Your Joints after a Fall
Chris Pankiw, MD, orthopedic surgeon at Parkridge Bone & Joint
Martin Redish, MD, orthopedic surgeon at Parkridge Bone & Joint
Mark Sumida, MD, orthopedic surgeon at Parkridge Bone & Joint
Justin Edwards, PA-C, physician assistant at Parkridge Bone & Joint
Ben Plahtinsky, PA-C, physician assistant at Parkridge Bone & Joint

 

The event will be at Morning Pointe of Chattanooga at Shallowford, 7719 Shallowford Road, Chattanooga, TN 37421, (423) 296-0097.

 

The event is sponsored by The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Chattanooga, 7620 Shallowford Road.



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