Mercy presents free seminar, ‘Sports injuries: Prevention and diagnostics’ June 26 at the Mercy Health and Recreation Center in Amherst
As part of an on-going educational seminar series, Mercy is pleased to present a special event, ‘Sports injuries: Prevention and diagnostics’. Members from Mercy Rehabilitation Services and board certified orthopedic surgeon Dan Zanotti, M.D. will discuss what to do if you’re suffering from a sports injury, what your sports injury treatment options may be and what you can do to stop injuries from occurring in the first place.
The seminar is perfect for anyone who is a fitness enthusiast and wants more information about preventing injuries, and also for anyone who may be recovering from a previously sustained sports injury. The seminar will address injuries to the knees, hips, shoulders and more. Food and raffle prizes will be provided.
While the event is free, reservations are requested. Please call 1-877-247-6161 to reserve your spot at the June 26 event. For more information about the orthopedic offerings available from Mercy, please visit www.mercyonline.org.
Mercy is a full-service, not-for-profit, integrated healthcare system, which has been providing quality health care to Lorain County and surrounding communities for 120 years. The health system provides inpatient, outpatient and ancillary services through its two hospitals, Mercy Regional Medical Center in Lorain and Mercy Allen Hospital in Oberlin; physician offices; and specialized facilities, including the Mercy Cancer Center, Mercy Rehabilitation Center, Mercy Diagnostic Centers and New Life Hospice. Mercy has been named one of Northeast Ohio’s Best Places to Work by Northcoast 99 four years in a row, and its hospitals rank among the best in quality in the region, according to Ohio Hospital Compare. Visit Mercy online atwww.MercyOnline.org or on Facebook as Mercy-Lorain Region.