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Happier Hands & Wrists

Tuesday, April 12th, 2016
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Treatment for Hand or Wrist Problems In Redding

Suffering From Hand or Wrist Problems?

Shasta Orthopedics invites you to a FREE presentation on the causes and latest treatments for hand problems.

Hand specialist Dr. Stephen Ferraro will discuss many common hand and wrist problems, including:

  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • arthritis
  • repetitive motion injuries
  • injuries from sports, work and other accidents
  • trigger finger
  • Dupuytren’s Contracture‎

Are You Ready To Address Knee Pain?

Wednesday, February 24th, 2016

Knee Pain Treatment In Redding

Come to a FREE Knee Pain Seminar with Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. Schwartz

Take Back Your Life!

We are proud to introduce Navia, a robotics assisted partial knee replacement system now offered at Shasta Regional Medical Center. With precision of robotics in the surgeons hands, this new procedure provides an alternative to total knee replacement that uses unparalleled accuracy to spare more healthy bone and natural tissue.

Thursday, March 24th from 6:30 to 7:30pm

Shasta Regional Medical Center
Liberty Room 2
1100 Butte Street, Redding

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A Healthier You In 2015 Series: Fall Proofing Your Home

Tuesday, December 30th, 2014

Protect Yourself and Your Family: 5 Places in Your Home You Can “Fall-Proof” for the New Year

According to the National Safety Council, falls occur most commonly in:

  • Doorways
  • Ramps
  • Ladders
  • Stairs
  • Crowded areas
  • Areas with uneven surfaces

​Among older adults, falls can result in serious injury and an increased risk of fatality. There are steps you can take to help prevent falls in your home or that of a friend or family member.

How To Get Hydrated!

Thursday, October 16th, 2014

Tips For Drinking More Water

Staying hydrated is extremely important if you’re an athlete of course, but it’s also important for everyone to get enough water no matter who they are. Depending on size, gender, and activity level, the recommended daily amount can vary from 2 liters to 3 or more liters per day for adults. For a lot of people, drinking water isn’t at the top of their “most exciting things to do” list, so they need a little extra motivation to get their daily dose. We put together a list of ways that can help you hydrate.

Tips For Drinking More Water

1. Bring It With You – To work, to school, while you’re running errands, wherever you go, make it a habit to always have water with you. Get a water bottle or a thermos, fill it up, and make it your daily accessory the same as you would your wallet or your phone.