DMOS surgeons treat thousands of individuals each year who are affected by arthritis. The affects on the body can be debilitating, not to mention to mental anguish this terrible disease can cause. We are committed to helping find a cure for arthritis, through research and development. That’s why DMOS has teamed up again with the Arthritis Foundation to present the Jingle Bell Run, a family-centered event featuring a 5K run/walk and a 1 mile Reindeer Dash for the kids. Entry also includes a race packet, t-shirt and all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast with the famous Chris’ Cakes! The race, which is held at the DMOS campus on Saturday, December 13th, will feature runners and walkers of all ages and abilities, all with the same goals – having fun competing and helping to cure arthritis!
Dr. Patrick Sullivan was named by the Arthritis Foundation as this year’s medical honoree of the event. We are so proud to honor Dr. Sullivan for all of his years of work with patients affected by arthritis,” said Steve Brill, Arthritis Foundation Race Director.