October 26, 2011
FORT ATKINSON – On Thursday, November 17, starting at 4 p.m., Thomas Nordland, MD, with Fort HealthCare Orthopaedic Associates will be hosting a FREE informational seminar about joint pain, treatments, and the anterior approach to hip replacement surgery. The presentation will take place at the Fort HealthCare Orthopaedic Associates facility at 1504 Madison Avenue in Fort Atkinson. Individuals are invited to register for the seminar online at FortHealthCare.com/Classes (click on “A Healthier You”), or by calling 920-568-5244.
Many people suffering with arthritis, hip pain, stiffness and limited hip movement can now choose minimally invasive surgery for hip replacement. The anterior approach to hip replacement surgery allows the surgeon to reach the hip joint from the front of the hip as opposed to the side or the back of the body. This way, the hip can be replaced without detachment of muscle from the bones during surgery. The surgeon can simply work through the natural interval between the muscles. Since the muscles are left undisturbed during surgery, they do not require a healing process, reducing the overall recovery time for the procedure.
Dr. Nordland specializes in treating patients of all ages. He provides treatment for arthritis care, arthroscopy of the ankle, elbow, knee, wrist and shoulder, fracture treatment, pediatric orthopedic surgery, sports medicine, total knee and hip joint replacements, and partial knee replacements.
Attending the presentation will give guests an opportunity to meet Dr. Nordland, have their joint replacement questions answered, and view the facility and physical rehabilitation areas. To learn more, visit FortHealthCare.com/Ortho.
Dr. Nordland is a member of the board-certified team of surgeons with Fort HealthCare Orthopaedic Associates, along with James Bruno, MD, Isidoro Zambrano, MD, and Randall Jennings, MD. The surgeons have office hours in Fort Atkinson, Cambridge, Whitewater, Johnson Creek and Lake Mills. They provide expert care for all ages in all major areas of the musculoskeletal system, including (but not limited to) arthritis care, fracture treatment, joint replacements, minimally-invasive surgical techniques, foot and ankle care, hand and wrist treatment, and sports medicine. Individuals are asked to register for the seminar by calling 920-568-5244, or online at FortHealthCare.com/Classes (click on “A Healthier You”).