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1) Orthopaedic Specialty Group They're pretty comprehensive at Orthopaedic Specialty Group, covering all musculoskeletal care, from fractures, joints, pediatrics and neurosurgery. The group of physicians recently added podiatry and chiropractic to its...
email@example.comRebecca “Becky” Snyder might have had cognitive and physical disabilities, but she lived life to the fullest, choosing a positive attitude and a life filled with human connections. “She was never, ever self-conscious in the wheelchair...
Tags: Amputation, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Back, Cellulitis , Cancer
The Baltimore SunThe Orioles received good and bad news on the ever-puzzling health of left fielder Nolan Reimold, who has been out of all baseball activites for nearly seven weeks with a bulging disk in his neck. An MRI showed that the disk has shrunen and the...
Tags: Buck Showalter, Inflammation, Baseball, Sports, Nolan Reimold
ATLANTA — Chris Davis couldn't pinpoint the last time he made a start in right field — a statement in itself how long and infrequent it's been. But with the Orioles losing the designated hitter Friday in Atlanta, manager Buck Showalter's...
The Hartford CourantIt was a sunny Saturday afternoon, March 24, in the Sierra Nevada foothills of Central California as Mike Turner and a friend rode their mountain bikes down a rocky, narrow trail alongside a creek embankment. The 28-year-old Turner, who grew up in...
Dr. Paul H. Crandall, a UCLA neurosurgeon who pioneered now widely used techniques for diagnosing the source of epileptic seizures in the brain and removing the offending cells, died March 15 from complications of pneumonia at Santa Monica-UCLA Medical...
Via Christi Health’s hospitals on St. Francis and Harry are among the Top 5 percent in the nation for Emergency Medicine, according to a report released today by HealthGrades. Additionally, this is the third year in a row that the two Via...
Tags: COPD, Heart Attack, Pneumonia, Stroke, Disasters and Accidents
U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk is alert, answering questions and following commands days after a weekend stroke that led doctors to remove part of his skull to relieve pressure caused by brain swelling, his neurosurgeon Richard Fessler said Tuesday. "He's doing...
WGN NewsThe late Maggie Daley transformed this city into a garden. And now a place of healing and new life for sick children and their families. Lurie Children's Hospital is set to open in June. Today we got to open our eyes to Kevin's garden -- a space dedicated...
For the sixth year in a row, Via Christi Hospital on St. Francis and Via Christi Hospital on Harry have recieved HealthGrades' Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence award. This award places them in the top 5% in the nation for clinical...
Channel Guide MagazineOf all the questions people throw Dr. Sanjay Gupta’s way — and there are many for the neurosurgeon who is also CNN’s chief medical correspondent — among the most common deal with high-school football and concussions. Is the game...
TribLocal - Wheaton » NewsU.S. Sen. Mark Kirk is “progressing as expected” after his stroke and surgery, but he remains in serious condition, the neurosurgeon who operated on him …...
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