Luncheon & Learn: Arthritis & Joint Pain, Understand Your Pain

Brook Jones, founder of Red Door Marketing and Hub Healthy Connections, will host Luncheon & Learn: Arthritis & Joint Pain featuring Dr. Jeffrey Burns, orthopaedic surgeon and partner at Premier Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, Wednesday, April 15, 12pm to 1pm, at Conestoga Steak House.  Cost of admission is $12, lunch included.  Dr. Burns will discuss various forms of joint pain and how to manage that pain.  Click below to register.

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Arthritis affects 27 million Americans; 7.3 percent of people ages 18-44 report doctor-diagnosed arthritis. An estimated 67 million Americans, ages 18 years or older, are projected to be diagnosed with arthritis by 2030. For more statistics visit the CDC.

Dr. Burns graduated from Eastern Virginia Medical School in 1999, finished his general surgery internship and orthopaedic surgery residency at the State University of New York at Stony Brook and a fellowship at the Florida Orthopaedic Institute in Tampa.  Now, he is using cutting edge technology to provide quality services to patients in both Hattiesburg and Laurel.

Hub Healthy Connections has partnered with local medical providers and businesses to offer a monthly luncheon to the public. The series of luncheons will cover a variety of healthcare topics presented by local medical practitioners.  The Hub Healthy Connections Expo is scheduled Saturday, October 10 at the Historic Train Depot, 308 Newman Street.  For more information and sponsorship opportunities email info@hubhealthyconnections.com.

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