Patient event: Free hip and knee pain information evening

26 February 2019

Event details

Date: Tuesday 26 February 2019

Time: Please arrive at 6.45pm for registration, for a 7pm start

Venue: Spire Gatwick Park Hospital - find us

Speakers: Mr Sandeep Chauhan and Mr Benedict Rogers.

Cost: Free

At the event

Hip and knee pain affects many of us, whether caused by a sports or household injury, or through wear and tear, it can be debilitating and affect everyday life. Long term pain should be investigated by a specialist consultant or physiotherapist and can be caused by a specific condition. Our orthopaedic consultants, Mr Sandeep Chauhan and Mr Benedict Rogers, are delighted to invite you to their free information evening, where they will be discussing the causes, symptoms and treatments available for many of these conditions.

The main areas covered will include:

  • Arthritis
  • Joint damage
  • Joint pain
  • Ligament damage
  • Injury - sports/domestic

Our orthopaedic information evening is an opportunity for you to find out more about specific conditions and ask any questions. The evening is for patients from across Surrey, Sussex, and the South East.

Book your place

Our information event is free, but places are limited. Please call our treatment enquiry line on 01293 778 906 to book your place or complete the booking form below. Alternatively email

Free hip and knee pain information evening - 26 February 2019

Orthopaedic information evening with Mr Sandeep Chauhan and Mr Benedict Rogers


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