Sauk Prairie Healthcare: Hosts free joint health seminar

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Amy Ryan, Marketing & Community Relations Director


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608-643-7650

Prairie du Sac, WI – Sauk Prairie Healthcare invites the public to a free Joint Health Seminar.

Do you have chronic knee or hip pain? Considering joint replacement surgery? Join Sauk Prairie Healthcare’s orthopedic surgeons and care team at a free seminar where you’ll learn about arthritis, replacement surgery options and our Joint Health Center located at the new Sauk Prairie Hospital. You’ll learn about our proven program that will get you back out there and doing the things you love.

There are more than one million knee and hip replacement surgeries done in the United States each year. More than 600 people from throughout the Midwest choose to receive care from our team at Sauk Prairie Healthcare.

“Our compassionate approach to care, which incorporates family and group support from fellow patients, helps encourage and motivate patients in recovery,” said Dr. Michael Lamson. “We were the first in the area to establish this type of program and, over the years, have worked to continually improve the outcomes and experience for our patients. We want to help everyone live their best life.”

The Free Joint Health Seminar is on Tuesday, December 2 at Sauk Prairie Hospital. From 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., you will enjoy a light meal and have a chance to mingle with the care team. Sauk Prairie Healthcare’s orthopedic surgeons Dr. Matthew Hebert, Dr. Michael Lamson and Dr. David Marcu will present from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Space is limited, so register today by calling 608-643-7689 or visit MoveIt365.org.

About Sauk Prairie Healthcare


For a fourth time, Sauk Prairie Healthcare was named one the nation’s 100 Top Hospitals in 2013. Founded in 1956, Sauk Prairie Healthcare includes a 36-bed, not-for-profit (501c3) acute care hospital and two surgical specialty practices located in Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin as well as four primary care clinics in Black Earth, Plain, Spring Green and Lodi. There are 43,000 people who live in the Sauk Prairie Healthcare service area, which covers 700 square miles. Its excellent reputation also attracts patients from around the region and country to Sauk Prairie Healthcare’s Joint Health Center. To learn more about Sauk Prairie Healthcare, please visit: www.SaukPrairieHealthcare.org.