Arthritis Experts To Present New Breakthroughs

Frederick, MD (PressExposure) April 04, 2009 -- The Arthritis Research Institute will host the fourth annual Arthritis Symposium at historic Ceresville Mansion on Thursday, May 14, 2009. This year's symposium features a number of nationally known speakers: Lawrence Leventhal, MD FACP FACR, medical director of Multispecialty Outpatient Practice, medical director, Outpatient Infusion Center, associate director, Continuing Medical Education, Drexel University College of Medicine; Greg Dennis, MD FACP FACR, head, Medical Affairs, at Human Genome Sciences; Benjamin W. Glass, III, specializing in personal injury, medical malpractice and ERISA and private disability insurance law; Debra A. Spotts, RYT 200, yoga instructor; Jason A. Stein, MD assistant professor, University of Maryland Department of Orthopaedics; Edmund MacLaughlin, MD, Cambridge, Maryland, and Nathan Wei, MD FACP FACR, medical director, Arthritis and Osteoporosis Center of Maryland.

Among the many nuggets of information, attendees will discover... • Three critical errors most physicians make in treating arthritis! • Considering surgical joint replacement? Two key questions to ask so you don't make a deadly mistake! • Little-known but fail-safe exercises for protecting your bones and joints! • How to cut your risk of knee pain from osteoarthritis by a 50 percent! • Hidden arthritis remedies your doctor doesn't know about! • Chronic fatigue... could it be fibromyalgia?

And more...

Dr. Nathan Wei explains, "This is a great opportunity to bring together speakers who can offer information and inspiration to anyone who has arthritis... and this is especially appropriate since May is Arthritis Month." Dr. Wei adds, "This symposium was attended by more than 100 participants last year. This year's event looks even more promising as we provide the latest information on rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, and osteoporosis."

About Arthritis Research Institute

The Arthritis Research Institute is a non-profit organization that funds both conventional and alternative research, provides funding to arthritis patients who are unable to afford their arthritis medications, and donates scholarships to children who have been diagnosed with arthritis. For more information, please contact Michelle L. Grimm at 301-624-1164.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 03, 2009 at 9:26 am
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