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FREE Knee Pain Clinic

Wednesday, March 29th, 2017
Register today. Call 530-244-5462

FREE Knee Pain Clinic

Knee Pain Is Something You Can Live Without

Free and Open to the Public

Dr. Miles will be holding a FREE Knee Pain Clinic, where he will discuss new and less invasive surgical technology.

Event Details

When:
• Thursday, April 20th, 2017
• 6:00pm

Where:
Holiday Inn
1900 Hilltop Dr.
Redding, CA, 96002

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About The Doctor

Troy Miles, MD

Dr. Troy Miles, a Red Bluff native, specializes in the treatment of disorders of the shoulder, hip, and knee, including joint replacement and reconstruction, and arthroscopic surgery.

Register today. Call 530-244-5462

Help For Hip And Knee Pain Seminar

Thursday, April 28th, 2016
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Help For Hip And Knee Pain Seminar

Help for Hip and Knee Pain Seminar

Free and Open to the Public

Knee and hip pain can keep you from doing the things you love. Shasta Orthopaedics invites you to a free presentation on the latest treatments for hip and knee pain.
At this lecture you will gain insight on the causes of joint pain and learn about the latest surgical and non-surgical treatments. You’ll also have the opportunity to ask your own questions.

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.

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

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

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Joint Pain in Children: Is it Just a Sore Knee?

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012
Joint Pain in Children

Persistent Joint Pain in Children

Children that suffer from sore or achy joints may be experiencing natural growing pains or soreness resulting from a recent injury. However, if the pain persists, a medical evaluation is necessary to determine whether the pain is a result of a more serious condition like juvenile arthritis. An autoimmune disease, juvenile idiopathic arthritis should be diagnosed as early as possible so that proper treatment can be administered. Without treatment, this condition may result in irreversible joint damage, developmental problems, disability, or deformity.