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Dine with a Doc set for Wednesday

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Senior Education Ministries, Inc., has scheduled Brunch in Brazil: Dine with a Doc.

The event takes place during the first Wednesday of every month, from 10 a.m.-noon, at the Clay County Senior Center, 120 S. Franklin St., Brazil.

This month's featured speaker will be Dr. John L. Trench III.

Dr. Trench is a podiatric physician and surgeon in private solo practice in Terre Haute.

His practice offers the full range of general podiatric medicine, foot and ankle orthopedics and reconstructive foot surgery.

In addition, he is the only podiatric specialist who offers in-office minimally invasive cryosurgical treatment for many foot and ankle conditions, including heel pain, neuromas (pinched nerves between the toes) and many skin conditions.

Dr. Trench is a subspecialist in the care of chronic and acute wounds and is a member of the medical team at the Terre Haute Regional Hospital Center for Wound Care. He is on the staff at both Union Hospital and Regional and serves as a clinical preceptor in Podiatric Medicne and Surgery for the Union Hospital Family Medicine residents.

He serves as a volunteer physician at St. Ann Clinic in Terre Haute, a Ministry of the Sisters of Providence.

Dr. Trench is a graduate of Indiana State University and attended the Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine, Chicago.

He is married and has two children.

The complimentary lunch will be provided by Cloverleaf Healthcare, Knightsville. Door prizes will be available courtesy of Senior Education Ministries, Sycamore Manor Senior Living, Comfort Keepers, Cloverleaf Healthcare, Intrepid USA Home Healthcare, Anderson's Medical and Exceptional Living Center.

Brunch in Brazil: Dine with a Doc, is an event that welcomes the local senior public to get to know the doctor(s) of the month while enjoying a free brunch. Each doctor has donated time in effort to listen, hear and answer medical questions while sharing a meal.

The program was designed to allow seniors to get out of their homes, fellowship with peers, extend their available financial resources, promote enhanced living and educate (from a preventative standpoint) with the goal of ensuring their quality of life and providing them with the resources and information to make an informed choice about their healthcare and hopefully select a physician.

Various community businesses also participate by donating door prizes or providing complimentary lunches and learn about ways they may help seniors.

Those interested in attending do not need to be a member of the senior center. There is no cost to attend the program. For more information regarding the event, call 448-8848.

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Ya, I'd run away from him too!!!

-- Posted by ape1 on Mon, Jan 4, 2010, at 11:22 AM

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