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Free lower limb and sports injuries information evening with Mr Ahmad Ali

07 February 2019

Do you suffer from lower limb or sports injuries? Are day-to-day tasks, such as putting your socks on, a chore? Is a sports injury causing ongoing discomfort?

If these aches and pains are affecting your day-to-day life, why not join us at our free lower limb and sports injuries information evening hosted by Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Mr Ahmad Ali. Come along to find out more about the treatments we offer to get you back to fitness.

Our experienced consultant orthopaedic surgeon will begin by giving a presentation on the most common causes of lower limb pain and the treatment and surgery that can help. Following his presentation, you will have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss your concerns with him.

Mr Ahmad Ali specialises in knee surgery such as:

Our open evenings are relaxed and informal events where questions are asked in an open forum. Guests are more than welcome to bring a ‘plus one’.

There’ll be light refreshments, information to take away and plenty of opportunity to ask questions in a relaxed environment. 

Date and time

Thursday 7 February 2019 at 7pm

Location

Spire Hartswood Hospital, Brentwood is just two miles from M25 junction 28 (A12/A1023) and three miles from M25 junction 29 (A127). For directions, please see our map.

Book your place

Our information mornings are very popular so please book to avoid disappointment. To book your place please call 01277 266 761.

Free lower limb and sports injuries information evening - Thursday 7 February, 7pm

Free lower limb and sports injuries information evening with Mr Ahmad Ali

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