What do race cars have to do with neurosurgery? Everything! World-renowned neurosurgeon Robert L. Masson, MD, founder of the NeuroSpine Institute, explains how he applies the metaphor of high-performance race-car driving to his surgical procedures.
Step inside the operating with Dr. Kenneth Krumins for a meniscus repair surgery. It’s one of the most common knee injuries, but diagnosing it can be tricky. See how Dr. Krumins diagnoses, treats and helps patients rehab from this procedure.
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.
Award-winning filmmaker Peter Starr says his own experiences with prostate cancer prompted him to travel the world seeking answers and alternative treatments for the disease. Find out why he thinks surgery and drugs aren’t always the answer.
As more and more of us get active later in life, more and more of us are also experiencing sports-related injuries. A top surgeon shares tips for surviving our increasingly active lifestyles.
Prostate cancer survivor Bob Marckini says he’s found a way to treat the disease without surgery. He’s so excited about the treatment option that he’s written a book about it.
At age 68, Larry Pontius had a life expectancy counted in single-digit days. He was struggling to find hope and then he got a phone call.
Seriously. It’s a strange way to get people speaking about the unspeakable — and it’s working. When we heard about the giant 20-foot inflatable super colon, we had to check it out. And now we’re talking about it. Mission accomplished.
She’s gone under the knife, and now Meg Gaffney is looking forward to the needle! But finding the right tattoo artist to help her end her breast cancer battle has turned out to be tougher than she thought.
Based in Orlando, Florida, Running with Scissors consist of a group of health care professionals who like to rock. The group is led by Dr. Rob Winter, a prominent vascular surgeon who is as good with his Stratocaster as he is with his scalpel.