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My aching back

Apr
9
Tue
Apr 9, 2013
Tuesday
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Community Hospital, Conference rooms A, B & C

Registration Details

Registration Closed.

Registration required by calling (888) 45-CHOMP or (888) 452-4667.
Space is limited.

Fees & Payment

Free.

Description

Nearly everyone has back pain at some time — it’s the second most
common neurological complaint in America, after headaches. But is it
chronic or curable? Learn about the common causes, paths to prevention,
and the range of treatment options, from physical therapy and changes
in body mechanics to surgery.

Speakers:
Patrick Wong, MD, specialist in physical medicine and rehabilitation, Monterey Spine
David Murphy, PT, Cert MDT, physical therapist, Community Hospital

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Contact

(888) 45CHOMP or at 888-452-4667

Schedule & Location

Schedule

Date Time Location
1. Tue, April 09 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM Community Hospital, Conference rooms A, B & C

Location Details

  • Community Hospital, Conference rooms A, B & C

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