Dr. Robert Masson, of the NeuroSpine Institute, says it’s “easy” to fix a problem with surgery, but the challenge is making patients understand that their role is just as, if not more, important to their long-term success. Find out why your habits and choices will determine your outcome, even in the event of an injury.
When it comes to taking care of ourselves, the vast majority of us will slack from time to time, leaving our bodies unprepared to face an injury or illness. World-renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Robert Masson is leading a grassroots campaign to get us to Show Up Strong. Find out how.
Su Meck’s story is one of the most devastating stories you’ll ever hear. While it is a story of incomprehensible challenges and of heartbreaking struggle, it’s also a story of how one woman faced up to putting the pieces of her life back together.
If you ever need proof that indeed, love Is the cure, look no further than the inspiring story of Susan Toney. The rising recording artist has had to overcome incredible odds but she’s never lost her faith, including in herself.
Many of us fell in love with Claudia Wells after her role in a little 1985 blockbuster called “Back to the Future.” She was replaced in the next two sequels and when you find out why, you’ll love her even more.
Active Baby Boomers can pursue their passions for decades, and now, even a potentially serious injury no longer has to sideline them. World-renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Robert Masson explains the crucial role patients play in their own recoveries.
In 1985, Claudia Wells was a 19-year-old actress starring as Michael J. Fox’s girlfriend in the blockbuster hit “Back to the Future.” One year later, her career, not to mention her life, nearly ended when she was involved in a head-on collision.
At the age of 16, both of Michael Ives’ arms were crushed in a workplace accident. He narrowly escaped losing both arms but still faced a future of pain and lost opportunities. Against his doctors’ advice, he found a new life in the gym.
She wasn’t breathing when she was rescued from her mangled car. Doctors held out little hope of recovery. That was then. Wait until you see Jennifer Field now!
Harriet Anderson is the most fearless and toughest athlete you’ll ever meet. At 73, she completed an Ironman triathlon with a broken collarbone!