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Pre-operative Total Joint Surgery Class

Community Classes & Lectures

This class is for patients who have a scheduled surgery date for total hip or total knee replacement at St. Jude Medical Center and their caregivers. The purpose of this class is to educate patients and their primary post-operative caregivers and provide an opportunity for them to ask questions regarding:

  • How to prepare before the surgery
  • What to expect after the surgery
  • Pre and post-operative resources

Please plan to attend prior to surgery.

Price: Free
Registration Type: Online Registration
Registration Info: You may register online or call (877) 459-3627.

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