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Damion Walker, D.O., board-certified and fellowship-trained adult trauma and reconstructive surgeon at Kansas Joint & Spine Specialists, will present a community talk on Thursday, May 30, at 5 p.m. at the Kansas Spine & Specialty Hospital, located at 3333 N. Webb Road. Dr. Walker’s talk on joint replacement will be personalized to his audience and will also address the benefits of robotic-arm assisted joint replacement. Light refreshments will be provided. Seating is limited, so those wanting to attend should register by calling (316) 462-5325.
As a board-certified and fellowship-trained surgeon specializing in general orthopaedics, trauma, minimally invasive fracture care, arthroscopy and total joint reconstruction of the hip and knee, Dr. Walker offers a large scope of services as well as compassionate, experienced care. He has extensive medical training, having completed his medical degree at the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kansas City, Missouri, his internship and residency training at Ohio University in Dayton, Ohio, and his orthopaedic trauma and reconstructive surgery fellowship at the Saint Louis University Hospital in St. Louis.
“At Kansas Joint & Spine Specialists, we pride ourselves on being able to help the residents of our communities and the surrounding areas perform and live life at their best,” says Dr. Walker. “This talk allows us to help educate our community members who are afflicted by joint pain about the different options available as well as give them a chance to ask questions.”
Dr. Walker has been dedicated to educating community residents about joint pain and joint replacement for many years and has previously held two other seminars to educate residents on robotic-assisted technology and joint replacement.
To learn more about the event or to register, please call (316) 462-5325. For more about Dr. Walker’s services or to schedule an appointment, please call (316) 219-8299.
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