Joint Class Form

Register for a FREE Joint Replacement Class or call (866) 326-7846 for an appointment.

Due to COVID-19 Guidelines, we are offering online classes. Our FREE Webex Online Total Joint Replacement Class, for patients scheduled for hip or knee replacement surgery, provides vital information about the procedure, recovery, rehabilitation and patient-centered options. Representatives from patient care, anesthesia, physical therapy and more will give detailed presentations and answer any questions you may have. If you prefer to register by phone, call us at (516) 632-3924.

Do you suffer from hip or knee joint pain? If so, join us for an upcoming FREE educational seminar.

  • Learn about signs and symptoms of joint-related problems
  • Discover treatment options to relieve or resolve pain
  • Get answers to your top concerns about general joint health or surgery
  • Meet other people who are experiencing the same problems
  • There is no commitment after you attend

Don't let joint pain control your life - take charge now!

Whether you need a total joint replacement or help to recover quickly from a sports-related injury, you have one goal: to return to an active lifestyle as quickly, safely and painlessly as possible. Mount Sinai South Nassau’s Center for Advanced Orthopedics is designed to help you do just that.

Mount Sinai South Nassau’s Center for Advanced Orthopedics is home to renowned orthopedic surgeons and offers the most comprehensive care on the South Shore.

If you are considering joint replacement surgery, we strongly recommend you sign up for one of our FREE educational classes. If you want to learn more about our award-winning orthopedic services, click here.

* Denotes a required field



*Please enter the code you see below:

CAPTCHA

If you have any questions or need help completing this form, please call the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at (516) 632-3924.

*Healthgrades is an independent national ratings organization and a leading online resource helping consumers make informed decisions about physicians and hospitals.