• Subscribe to the Bodyworks Newsletter, and get instant access to these 4 Ebooks today"

    Enter your first name and email address below for instant access!


Bodyworks to Host Another Seminar for Pre-op Patients

Popular Session Will Focus on Preps for Total Hip and Knee Replacements

PALM SPRINGS – June 1, 2011: Based on the success of its first event, Bodyworks Physiotherapy Clinic is hosting another free seminar for patients who are scheduled to undergo (or who are considering) total knee and hip replacement surgeries on Tuesday, June 21 from 6:00 to 6:45 PM at its Palm Springs clinic. Space is limited, so reservations are required.

Wilson and his professional staff will demonstrate proper pre- and post-op exercises, showcase some of the rehabilitative equipment that patients might need or use after surgery, and discuss simple steps that will help in handling the brief impairment that accompanies recovery.

“The last seminar we hosted in May was fully booked within a matter of days, so we wanted to reach out yet again to those patients who will be undergoing or are considering these major surgeries,” says David Wilson, Founder and Clinical Director of Bodyworks. “People really relate to the things we discuss; day-to-day issues that most people don’t consider,” explains Wilson. “We offer tips on how to best strategize for movement around the home, on planning post-op meals, and even selecting a reliable contact person in case of emergency.”


“Due to hip or knee discomfort, people are sometimes living a less active life than they would like. “Our biggest caseload is seeing patients who are trying to avoid surgery. With the proper course of care, we can effectively treat arthritic hips and knees - in many cases avoiding or at least delaying surgical intervention.”

Wilson was trained in England and has been treating patients for more than twenty-five years. His interest in back pain, joint care, and sports injuries led him to study with and be certified by the Cyriax Foundation, a world-renowned organization for the practice of orthopedic medicine. He moved to the desert in 1991, where he worked at Eisenhower Medical Center, and later, Desert Regional Medical Center, before creating Bodyworks.

Bodyworks is a well-known establishment in the local healthcare landscape. The clinic relies primarily on word-of-mouth recommendations that come from former patients, and referrals from many local doctors who trust Bodyworks with their patients’ care and who have also been patients themselves.

Bodyworks is located at 333 N. Palm Canyon Drive, Suite 114, Palm Springs. (Parking is accessible via Baristo Road opposite the O’Donnell Golf Club.) Most insurance plans are accepted. For more information or to reserve a space for the free seminar, please call 760/327-4244 or visit www.bodyworksphysio.com.