enjoyed learning the latesttechniques and hearing the audience questions when he attended these programs.He has long been a believer in the importance of Continuing Medical Education(CME), even for personal injury lawyers who represent injured athletes,bicyclists and others recovering from sports accidents. Milk and cookies and FREE medical advice -what’s not to like !
Herndon attorney DougLandau has previously gone to the weekday evening programs “Spine Surgeryfrom A to Z” presented by Dr. Ali Moshirfir, MD in October and “Back and Neck Pain,” by Dr. Ronald Childs, MD inNovember. In addition to these fine programs at Fair Oaks Hospital DougLandau attended the presentation on new surgical techniques for spinal injuryand disease at Alexandria Hospital.
Other topics covered bythese FREE lectures for thepublic included: “Midlife andbeyond,” “Legs for Life: Peripheral Artery Disease,” AdvancedTreatment Options for Pelvic Pain, Fibroids and Endometriosis,” andTreatments for Heavy Menstrual Cycles.”
The next program is on Tuesday, January 22nd,2008 on “Treating Common Sports Injuries.” At this “Ask the Experts” session, Dr.Keith Lawhorn, an orthopedic surgeon who treats patients at INOVA Fair OaksHospital , will answer your questions. Toregister for this free and informative event at INOVA Fair Oaks Hospital, located just off the Fairfax County Parkwaybetween Route 50 and the Dulles Toll Road, call 703-204-3366.