ONS physicians regularly present talks on subjects ranging from non-operative treatments for back and neck pain to sports injury prevention to common musculoskeletal conditions related to aging. Our patient education programs are designed to raise awareness of solutions to common health issues and bring to light medical advances that are available to the Greenwich community. ONS programs also support a national emphasis that encourages individuals to be actively involved in their own healthcare through education.
Upcoming Seminars and Events:
EFFECTS OF TECHNOLOGY
on Healthcare, Medicine, and Fitness
When: Wednesday June 3, Noon – 1:30 p.m.
Where: Greenwich Hospital Noble Conference Center
Speaker: Katie Vadasdi, MD
Katie Vadasdi, MD of ONS and Greenwich Hospital will be speaking about the impacts of technology on healthcare, medicine and fitness. The talk will focus specifically on remote access to medical care through digital clinics and applications that connect patients and their healthcare providers. She will discuss digital health information records that will allow individuals greater understanding of their medical history and greater control of their health prevention and treatment decisions. Dr. Vadasdi will also speak about how individuals of all athletic and activity levels can monitor, track and impact their health program including nutrition and exercise.
Event is FREE. Registration required by Tuesday, June 2. Optional box lunch is available for $10 with orders due by Friday, May 29. To register, call 203-863-4277 or 888-305-9253. Or register online at www.greenwichhospital.org.
ONSF GOLF OUTING
When: Monday June 8, 11 a.m. registration/warm-up
Where: Stanwich Club in Greenwich, CT
12:45 Shotgun Start
6 p.m. Cocktails, Silent Auction & Dinner
For details visit onsf.org.
Navigators Stamford KIC-IT Triathlon
When: Saturday & Sunday, June 27-28
Saturday: Children ages 6 – 13
5th annual Navigators Stamford KIC IT Kids Triathlon
8th annual Navigators Stamford KIC IT Olympic Triathlon (.9 mile swim, 24.8 mile bike, 6.2 mile run) and second annual Navigators Stamford KIC IT Sprint Triathlon (0.5 mile swim, 13.9 mile bike, 3.2 mile run). These USAT-sanctioned races are contested over exciting courses in the Long Island Sound and throughout the countryside of North Stamford and vibrant downtown Stamford.
Join us for a weekend packed with family fun! On Saturday, children ages 6 – 13 get in on the action with the fifth annual Navigators Stamford KIC IT Kids Triathlon. On Sunday, adults take center stage in the eighth annual Navigators Stamford KIC IT Olympic Triathlon (.9 mile swim, 24.8 mile bike, 6.2 mile run) and second annual Navigators Stamford KIC IT Sprint Triathlon (0.5 mile swim, 13.9 mile bike, 3.2 mile run). These USAT-sanctioned races are contested over exciting courses in the Long Island Sound and throughout the countryside of North Stamford and vibrant downtown Stamford.
The weekend raises funds for Kids in Crisis, the areaʼs only temporary emergency shelter and counseling center for families and children of all ages. Since 1978, Kids in Crisis has helped more than 124,000 parents and children struggling with abuse, neglect, homelessness and more.
On Sunday, after all the races, enjoy the Family Festival, complete with music. Stop by the ONS booth for the “Spin to Win” game and “lil’ Bones” game for kids.
To register for the races visit https://www.kicittriathlon.com/.
When: Sunday, September 20, 2015
Stay tuned for information on registration.