Submitted by Sally Huggins, Medical Center of McKinney
Ever stop to consider just how “hands on” human beings really are? From eating and dressing, to earning a living, our hands enable us to accomplish innumerable tasks each and every day. It only stands to reason these invaluable “tools” require the best of care.
Join Medical Center of McKinney’s H2U chapter for a lunch seminar, “Healthy Hands: Non-surgical and Surgical Solutions for Hand Problems,” featuring Naveen Setty, MD (pictured), a board certified reconstructive hand and cosmetic surgeon.
In this seminar, Dr. Setty will discuss how the frequency with which we use our hands makes them prone to injuries, dislocations and fractures; and how repetitive motions can lead to painful conditions such as tendonitis, arthritis or carpal tunnel syndrome.
The seminar is Wednesday, January 23rd from noon to 1 p.m. at Medical center of McKinney, 4500 Medical Center Drive, Classroom 3-4. The lunch seminar is free for local H2U members and $7 for non-members. Seating is limited, so please call 972-547-8002 to make your reservation today.
H2U (Health To You), is a membership organization designed to help adults manage their health and live life to the fullest. For only $20 a year H2U members have access to valuable discounts and resources that emphasize total health and well-being. Local benefits include physician seminars, free flu shots, health newsletter, gift shop discount, hospital stay benefits and group trips. For more information go to www.h2u.com or www.medicalcenterofmckinney.com.