VAN NUYS, Calif. – The Valley Hip & Knee Institute of Valley Presbyterian Hospital will
host a free joint-replacement seminar at the Warner Center Marriott in
Woodland Hills on Sept. 13 from 9:30-11:30 AM.
Featuring presentations by Herbert D. Huddleston, MD, and Erik N. Zeegen,
MD, the informational session enables those suffering from hip and knee
pain to meet the physicians and learn about the latest treatment options.
Free parking and a continental breakfast will be provided for all attendees.
Participants can register for the event by calling 877.500.1958.
As Medical Director of Valley Hip & Knee Institute, Dr. Huddleston
is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon whose specialty is hip and knee
replacement. A champion of innovative and minimally invasive procedures,
he has performed more than 6,000 hip and 5,000 knee replacements, as well
as 700 repairs of failed hip replacements. Dr. Zeegen, Associate Medical
Director of the Institute, is also a board-certified orthopedic surgeon
and one of Southern California's leading experts in hip and knee surgery.
The Valley Hip & Knee Institute's goal is to alleviate its patients'
pain and help restore their mobility and quality of life. Employing the
latest joint-replacement techniques, the Institute's nationally-recognized
orthopedic surgeons offer more than 40 years of combined experience and
have successfully performed more than 15,000 hip and knee operations.
The entire care team is dedicated to meeting the specialized needs of
its patients and ensuring the best possible outcomes.
Located in Tarzana, Calif., the Institute is an outpatient service of Valley
Presbyterian Hospital, one of the largest acute-care hospitals in the
San Fernando Valley. Anyone experiencing joint pain and seeking treatment
options is urged to attend this free seminar to learn more from the Institute's
ABOUT VALLEY PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL
Valley Presbyterian Hospital (VPH) is an independent, nonprofit and nonsectarian
hospital serving the medical needs of the San Fernando Valley community
for more than 50 years. VPH has grown to become one of the largest acute-care
hospitals in the Valley region and continues to provide patient-centered
care for a healthy community. The 350-bed facility offers advanced technology
and a full range of medical services to improve and save lives.