Free open event

April 12, 2018

What should I do about foot, ankle or knee pain?

Monday 30th April 2018, 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Circle Reading Hospital, 100 Drake Way, Reading, Berkshire, RG2 0NE

Is joint pain keeping you awake at night? Perhaps you’re having discomfort climbing stairs? Or maybe you’ve had a recent sporting injury and are looking at what treatment options are available?

Join us on Monday 30th April 2018 to hear from the experts, ask any questions you have and see the state-of-the-art equipment that can be used in your recovery*. We’ll even provide complimentary food on the day, so simply complete the form to book your place at the event.

Here’s what to expect

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeons, Mr Devendra Mahadevan and Mr Nev Davies, will be sharing their insights and experience, giving you expert advice on common symptoms and what you can do to help. Mr Stuart Wylie will then give a physiotherapist’s perspective before we show you state-of-the-art equipment in the hospital used in rehabilitation.

Event schedule

6.30pm: arrival and complimentary food is served
7.00pm: why does my knee hurt and what should I do about it? (Mr Nev Davies)
7.15pm: foot & ankle pain: common problems and how they’re treated (Mr Devendra Mahadevan)
7.30pm: physiotherapy (Mr Stuart Wylie)
7.45pm: Q&A session
8.00pm: see our state-of-the-art equipment at Circle Rehabilitation, including the AlterG anti-gravity treadmill and the Hydro Physio aquatic treadmill.

Other information

Free parking is available on-site at Circle Reading Hospital.

Limited places available. Advance booking is required.

Simply complete the form to book your free place. You’re more than welcome to come along with a friend or family member too, so please just let us know when you book.

*The Q&A session is a great way to ask any questions specific to you, but it does not replace a full consultation. Details of how you can book a full consultation will be provided on the day.

To book your free place, complete the form here

Have a question?
If you have any questions about the event, please email or call 0118 922 6923.

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