Fear and anxiety are common emotions among cardiac patients. Often, the trauma of heart-related health emergencies is as difficult on loved ones as it is on the patients themselves.
Austin residents now have local access to the full gamut of surgical and nonsurgical weight-loss and heartburn treatment options from providers who emphasize procedural expertise and long-term patient support.
Sophisticated Technology, Cross-Specialty Collaboration Push WVU Healthcare to the Frontiers of Neuroscience
At West Virginia University, the confluence of globally recognized research and clinical practice translates to comprehensive, personalized neurological and neurosurgical care.
St. Louis native H. Dennis Mollman, MD, PhD, helped pioneer the use of minimally invasive technology during his years as a spine surgeon in Minnesota. With his arrival at SLUCare–The Physicians of Saint Louis University, he now applies a seasoned understanding of that technology as well as decades of broad surgical experience to produce superior outcomes for patients from throughout the region.
Pediatric neurology providers at WVU Healthcare understand the unique needs of West Virginia patients.
Patient-centeredness, efficiency and fidelity to best-practice standards in clinical medicine, research and education — hallmarks of WVU Healthcare Orthopaedics — mean patients receive outstanding care throughout the continuum.
Laughing at My Nightmare: Nonprofit Organization Raises Funds and Awareness for Muscular Dystrophy Research
It wasn’t until Shane Burcaw realized his popular, pithy blog, Laughing at My Nightmare, had reached critical mass in 2011 on the social media site Tumblr that he and supporters thought it was time to develop a nonprofit organization earmarked to aid muscular dystrophy research.
Fellowship-trained physicians in West Virginia University’s Department of Orthopaedics provide an easily accessible one-stop shop for the entire spectrum of pediatric and adult orthopaedic care.
For Sharyn N. Lewin, MD, FACS, and Phyllis A. Tarallo, DNP, DCC, the practice of gynecologic oncology and surgery within the context of women’s health has been elevated from a profession to something akin to a calling.
Five physicians who have distinguished themselves in caring for patients near the end of life have been named recipients of the 2013 Hastings Center Cunniff-Dixon Physician Awards.