Patient event: Sports injuries information evening

24 September 2019

Event details

Date: Tuesday 24 September 2019

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

Venue: Spire Gatwick Park Hospital - find us

Speakers: Mr Murali BhatMr Richard Freeman, Mr Jared Green and Mr Benedict Rogers

Cost: Free

At the event

We are pleased to announce we are holding a free information evening about sports injuries with our specialist consultant orthopaedic surgeons Mr Murali Bhat, Mr Richard Freeman and Mr Benedict Rogers and podiatrist Mr Jared Green. Spire Gatwick Park Hospital provides first class orthopaedic care and physiotherapy for both preventative measures for injuries and a range of treatments if an injury has been sustained.

At Spire Gatwick Park Hospital we are dedicated to helping patients get back on their feet and fit again. At our free event you will have a chance to ask all the questions you want and find out the information that you need about sports injuries.

Spire Gatwick Park Hospital can ensure you will receive the highest standards of care every step of your journey offering a number of orthopaedic procedures and physiotherapy care.

Our sports injuries 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 info@spiregatwick.com.

Free sports injuries information evening - 24 September 2019

Orthopaedic information evening with Mr Murali Bhat, Mr Richard Freeman, Mr Jared Green and Mr Benedict Rogers

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