Free Seminar Thursday: Freedom from Foot & Ankle Pain

If you or a loved one suffer from one of the many things that can go wrong with your foot or ankle, there is good news.  

Redding-based Shasta Orthopaedics is presenting a free seminar by foot and ankle specialist Dr. Jason Nowak. Dr. Nowak will talk about the range of foot and ankle problems and the most current treatments available. Dr. Nowak will also answer attendees’ questions about their own foot and ankle problems.

Just some of the problems that will be discussed are foot pain, ankle pain, bunions, hammertoe, neuroma, arthritis, flat feet, achilles tendonitis, pediatric feet problems, plantar fasciitis, tarsal tunnel syndrome, and ankle instability.

As a member of the Fellowship of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, Dr. Nowak brings specialized expertise and training in the area of total ankle replacements and rear foot/ankle reconstruction to the practice.

Dr. Jason Nowak will discuss ankle and foot pain at a free seminar Thur., Oct. 24.

Dr. Nowak specializes in the following foot and ankle procedures: total ankle replacement, ankle arthroscopy, rear foot and ankle reconstruction, adult and pediatric flatfoot reconstruction, forefoot reconstruction, tendon and ligament injuries, foot and ankle sports injuries, and foot and ankle trauma and fracture care.

What: Free Community Seminar: Freedom from Foot & Ankle Pain

When: Thursday, October 24, 6:30 pm

Where: Shasta Orthopaedics, 1255 Liberty St., Redding, CA

Who: Dr. Jason Nowak, Foot and Ankle Expert and Surgical Specialist

Cost: Free

To register, go to http://shastaortho.com/footpainfree/

Avatar
-from press release
Comment Policy: We welcome your comments, with some caveats: Please keep your comments positive and civilized. If your comment is critical, please make it constructive. If your comment is rude, we will delete it. If you are constantly negative or a general pest, troll, or hater, we will ban you from the site forever. The definition of terms is left solely up to us. Comments are disabled on articles older than 90 days. Thank you. Carry on.