Solutions for Knee Pain in Active Patients with Arthritis

in Active Patients with Arthritis

WHEN: Thursday May 7, 6:00 p.m.
WHERE: Greenwich Hospital Noble Conference Center
SPEAKER: Demetris Delos, MD

Are you suffering from knee arthritis pain? Middle-aged and older adults are staying more active than ever but some are unable due to pain and debilitation of knee arthritis. Demetros Delos, MD of ONS and Greenwich Hospital will discuss non-operative and operative treatments for knee arthritis for those who wish to remain active in sports and physical activities, without resorting to a total knee replacement.

You will have the opportunity to ask questions at the conclusion of the talk.  The program is free and open to the public. Registration Requested. Call (203) 863-4277 or register online at

Arthritis Treatment for Active People Seminar on October 5

On October 5, from 6-7:30 p.m., the ONS Foundation for Clinical Research and Education will present a free lecture on the treatment and management of arthritis in the Noble Conference Center at Greenwich Hospital at 5 Perryridge Road as part of the Foundation’s education initiative. More than 70 percent of adults over age 55 have some form of arthritis, the degenerative condition characterized by a gradual wearing away of the joint cartilage. Vast improvements have been made in non-surgical and surgical treatments as more and more people seek solutions for pain relief to maintain an active lifestyle. Board-certified orthopedic surgeon Steven Hindman, MD of ONS will discuss arthritis, the causes of joint and bone pain, the signs and symptoms of various forms of arthritis, and non-surgical and surgical treatment options. The seminar is free.

To register for free Arthritis Treatment for Active People Seminar, call 203-863-4277 or 888-305-9253.

ONS Foundation for Clinical Research and Education, Inc. is a registered not-for-profit, 501(c)3 organization devoted to understanding the causes and optimal treatments of orthopedic injuries and musculoskeletal conditions. The ONS Foundation, in alliance with Greenwich Hospital, strives to improve standards of excellence for the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders through clinical research, physician and patient education, and community outreach programs.