Sonoma Valley Hospital’s “Conversation With A Doctor” Talk To Focus on “Range Of Motion and Shoulder Health”

May 16th, 2022

The latest installment of Sonoma Valley Hospital’s continuing series “Conversation with a Doctor,” will look at range of motion and shoulder health during a June talk at Vintage House.

Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Paul B. Roache will discuss good shoulder health and share what invasive and non-invasive treatment options are available during the Friday, June 17, discussion. The talk will be held from 1:00 pm. to 2:00 pm, at Vintage House, 264 First St. E., in Sonoma. Participants can attend in person – with limited seating – or virtually.

Well-functioning shoulder rotator cuffs are essential to perform every-day activities such as brushing our hair and overhead reaching as well as many sports such as golf, pickle ball, swimming, and tennis. Repetition and aging can have an impact on our shoulders and the muscles and tendons that support them. Rotator cuff injury is the most common cause of shoulder pain, particularly for those over the age of 30. Fortunately, there are ways to prevent rotator cuff injuries and new ways to repair them and restore their functioning.

Dr. Roache will discuss the anatomy of shoulder rotator cuff and explain common injuries, symptoms, and treatments.

There is no charge, but RSVPs are requested. To reserve a space or to obtain virtual access, please register online at vintagehouse.org/classes or by calling 707-996-0311.

“Conversation With A Doctor” is an informational series sponsored by Sonoma Valley Hospital, providing an opportunity for community members to meet physicians associated with the hospital and learn more about recent developments in their areas of expertise.

Sonoma Valley Hospital Foundation