San Jose, CA – (February 6, 2014) – Two community lectures will be presented by O’Connor Hospital physicians in February 2014. The first class, “Advances in Total Hip Replacement,” will be held Wednesday, February 12. The second class, “The Aging Eye,” will be held Thursday, February 13. Community members are invited to attend free of charge.
“Advances in Total Hip Replacement” will be presented by O’Connor orthopedic surgeon Daljeet Sagoo, DO, and will highlight new surgical techniques for total hip replacement as well as the latest in implant options.
Oculofacial plastic surgeon Laura Phan, MD’s presentation on the “The Aging Eye” will focus on age-related eye problems. Attendees will learn about the normal physical changes that occur in the eye as you age and how these changes may affect vision.
O’Connor Hospital’s Living Well Community Lecture Series are free of charge, but please call (800) 220-0182 for reservations or register online. Each class provides ample time for a question-and-answer period at the end of the session.
“Advances in Total Hip Replacement” and “The Aging Eye” will take place from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Medical Office Building (MOB) Auditorium at O’Connor Hospital, 2101 Forest Avenue, San Jose. Refreshments will be served.