Free seminar on July 16: Painful shoulders and all the “-itises”

Is shoulder pain limiting your everyday activities? Find out your options to relieve the pain. Join orthopaedic surgeon Scott Slattery, MD, and Providence physical therapist Ryan Winning as they discuss ways to relieve common shoulder complaints, including: Tendonitis Bursitis Arthritis Rotator cuff tears Painful shoulders and all the “-itises” July 16, 2014 // 6-7:30 p.m. Washington Orthopaedic Center, 1900 Cooks Hill Road, Centralia Dr. Slattery will discuss non-invasive treatment options and the latest surgery techniques, including minimally invasive arthroscopic rotator cuff repairs and shoulder replacement surgery for arthritis. For more information, call (360) 330-1869. To register, call (360) 330-8656

2018-07-16T19:14:01+00:00June 9th, 2014|News|

Hand and Elbow Pain Clinic to Be Held April 30

Is hand or elbow pain limiting your activities? Join orthopedic surgeon Keith Birchard, MD, and Providence occupational therapist and certified hand therapist Lisa Schwartz as they discuss ways to relieve common hand and elbow complaints including: -Carpal tunnel syndrome -Trigger finger -Tendonitis -Tennis elbow Free Seminar!   Hand and Elbow Pain April 30, 2014, 6:00 - 7:30 pm Washington Orthopaedic Center 1900 Cooks Hill Road, Centralia For more information, call 360.330.1869 To register, call 360.330.8656 or go to www.provregister.org

2018-08-21T16:02:03+00:00March 28th, 2014|News|

Safer Surgery Available in Centralia

Providence Centralia Hospital was recently ranked one of the top seven hospitals in Washington State according to data published in the September 2013 edition of Consumer Reports. In a review of 2,463 hospitals nationwide, ratings were based on the percentage of a hospital's surgery patients who died in the hospital or stayed longer than expected for their procedure.  Research shows those measures are correlated with complications, and some hospitals themselves use this approach to monitor quality. The analysis looked at Medicare claims from patients undergoing 27 categories of commonly scheduled surgeries. Additionally, the report produced ratings for 5 specific procedures, including back surgery, hip or knee replacements, surgery to remove blockages in arteries in the heart (angioplasty) or neck (carotid artery surgery). Complete Consumer Reports article available at: http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/magazine/2013/09/safe-surgery-survival-guide/index.htm The Washington Orthopaedic Center surgeons are proud to be part of the highly recognized care provided at PCH.

2018-07-16T19:09:04+00:00March 28th, 2014|News|