Plex – Texas Sports Medicine Institute Fall Festival

Plex – Texas Sports Medicine Institute Fall Festival

Call 281-633-8600 for an appointment.  Dr. J. Michael Bennett supports and participates in the annual Plex/TSMI Fall Festival.  If you missed the 2012 event, please plan to attend the 2013 version!  Dr. Bennett is a Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon and a Fellowship Trained Sports Medicine Physician specializing in treating issues of the knees, shoulders, elbows, hands and wrists.  He serves patients from all over Houston and Texas from our clinic in Sugar Land, TX.

Make Plans to Attend the 2012 Plex/TSMI Fall Festival – Convenient to Richmond and Katy TX

It’s time again for the Fall Festival sponsored by Plex and Texas Sports Medicine Institute at their location in Richmond, TX, very near I-10 and Katy. This is at 7830 West Grand Parkway South, Richmond TX 77406 and there is no admission charge; however, you are encouraged to bring a new or gently used sporting goods item for donation to children in need.

The Fall Festival will run from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm and will include a variety of fun activities for families and kids.  The Houston Rockets Power Dancers will be there along with the Houston Rockets Mascot “Clutch.”  Professional athletes will also be at the Fall Festival to sign autographs and talk with fans.  There will be obstacle courses at Plex and a bouncy house for the kids and trick or treating for the children.  Vendors will be providing giveaways and raffle prizes.

It’s festival time again in Texas with our cooler fall temperatures.  Get out and enjoy this fine weather with your family at the 2012 Plex/TSMI Fall Festival on October 20, 2012.

If you have any orthopedics or sports medicine issues or have questions related to sports medicine and orthopedic surgery, please call our office at 281-633-8600 for an appointment for an evaluation.  Dr. J. Michael Bennett has offices in Sugar Land and in Houston, near the Galleria.

Dr. J. Michael Bennett

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