BRUNSWICK, Georgia: April 2, 2008 – How do you know if the aches
and pains you are feeling are just normal aging or if you have a real
health problem? That is the topic that will be addressed at the Southeast
Georgia Health System free lecture, “Boomeritis: The Difference
Between Middle Age Aches and Pains and When You Should Really Go See a
Doctor.” This presentation, part of the Health System’s ongoing
series of free community lectures, is scheduled for Thursday, April 9,
at 7 p.m. in the Linda S. Pinson Conference Center on the Brunswick Campus,
2415 Parkwood Drive.
The speaker for this event is orthopaedic surgeon Denny Carter, MD, of
Summit Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Surgery, a strategic affiliate
of the Health System with offices in Brunswick and St. Marys.
Carter is a graduate of Mississippi State University and The Medical College
of Georgia School of Medicine. He completed his orthopaedic residency
at the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center where he served
as assistant team physician for McNeese Sate University, giving him the
opportunity to work with David Drez, MD, a leading authority in sports
medicine. Carter is board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic
Surgery and joined Summit Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Surgery in 2003.
He will discuss “boomeritis” and answer questions from the
audience. Light refreshments will also be served. To reserve a seat for
this lecture or any other lectures in the series, please call 912-466-5160
or register online at www.sghs.com and click on the Calendar of Events.