In The News! - Dr. Sagini Presents to New Lee Memorial Residents
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Hand Surgeon, Dr. Dennis Sagini, Presents to New Lee Memorial Residency Program
SUMMARY: Dennis Sagini, MD (www.saginimd.com), hand surgeon at Joint Implant Surgeons of Florida, recently presented to the new resident physicians at Lee Memorial Hospital regarding evaluation and management of common hand conditions. This training is part of the new Residency Program at Lee Memorial, which is a Collaboration between Lee Memorial Health System and The Florida State University College of Medicine Family Residency Program.
Dr. Dennis Sagini
Fort Myers, FL - December 5, 2014 Dennis Sagini, MD (www.saginimd.com), hand surgeon at Joint Implant Surgeons of Florida, presented to the new resident physicians at Lee Memorial Hospital earlier this week to discuss evaluation and management of common hand conditions. This training is part of the new Residency Program at Lee Memorial, which is a Collaboration between Lee Memorial Health System and The Florida State University College of Medicine Family Residency Program. The program aims to provide three years of training for six family physicians in Southwest Florida each year.
“I am a strong supporter of the efforts surrounding this new residency program, and am excited to be a part of the educational process,” said Dr. Dennis Sagini. “This program will allow us to train highly qualified physicians to serve the Fort Myers and Cape Coral population. They have hired excellent staff to head the program, as well as dedicated instructors who have a passion for shaping and guiding the future of primary care in our community."
The idea behind the new Lee Memorial residency program is for many of the residents to stay in the community once they have completed their training. Statistically, over half of the physicians trained in a residency program will go onto practice within 50 miles of their training program. Lee Memorial hopes that this residency program will play a significant role in meeting the primary care health care needs in Lee County and Southwest Florida.
In addition to providing educational talks to residents, Dr. Sagini also offers complimentary educational health seminars to the public once a month at the Lee Memorial Hospital Auditorium. These talks are around topics relating to medical issues of the hands and upper extremities. His next free, public educational seminar will be held on Tuesday, December 9th.
“These free talks are part of our effort to further educate people in the community about common orthopedic medical conditions,” said Dr. Sagini. “In the next seminar, I will be discussing conditions, such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or various forms of Arthritis, that often cause hand numbness or tingling, as well as pain in the hand or wrist. I will talk about the causes and prevention of these conditions, as well as simple, safe, and effective treatment options.”
Those who wish to register for the free health seminars must call (239) 337-2003. Admission is free and opened to the public, however space is limited. For more information about Dr. Dennis Sagini and his team, as well as a calendar of upcoming events, visit www.saginimd.com. For more information about other complimentary seminars by Joint Implant Surgeons of Florida, visit www.jointimplant.com.
About Dennis Sagini, MD:
Dr. Dennis Sagini, MD is a Board-Certified, Fellowship-Trained Orthopedic surgeon, specializing in care of the hand and upper extremity. He is part of the Joint Implant Surgeons of Florida team, located at 7331 College Parkway in Fort Myers, FL.
Dr. Sagini has a passion for helping his patients get back to enjoying the lifestyle they love without pain. He does this using the most minimally invasive procedures, or non-surgically through means such as steroid injections, occupational and physical therapy, and splinting. Dr. Sagini provides a relaxed atmosphere that is both professional and personal, making his patients feel at ease.
Specializing in treatment of many common conditions such as carpal tunnel, hand numbness or tingling, stiffness of upper extremities, arthritis, hand or shoulder pain, upper extremity injuries, golfers and tennis elbow, and all other conditions of the upper extremities. Dr. Dennis Sagini and his team are constantly searching for the latest technology and most efficient methods of care. Their goal is to increase comfort, decrease recovery time, and bring each individual back to the quality of life that they desire.
For more information about Dr. Dennis Sagini, visit www.saginimd.com or call (239) 337-2003. Serving all of Southwest Florida, including Naples, Bonita Springs, Estero, Fort Myers, and Cape Coral.