Dr. Amor performed a posterior lumbar interbody fusion (PLIF) on patient, Ernie Decot of Junction City. “This surgery took care of things that had bothered me for years,” Ernie says. “I used to hunch over. I can stand up straight now. It feels so good. I can also walk straight now."
Dr. Harasaki diagnosed Rebecca with cervical myelopathy and radiculopathy, meaning she suffered from a pinched nerve in the spinal column. After surgery, Rebecca's neck pain is gone, and quality of life restored.
Remington suffered an acute lateral patellar dislocation, as well as an injury to the kneecap’s cartilage. After knee surgery and a six-month recovery plan guided by Dr. Trinh, Remington is back on the field.
At first, it seemed like any other day. Karl Kirby, age 57, of Zanesville, had just finished doing laundry. And while he felt fine when he woke up that morning, as the day wore on, he began to feel worse.
Lisa Hillis had been a long-time patient at Genesis OB/GYN Group, and after years of heavy and abnormal bleeding, sought help from Kristina Loomis, M.D., a Board-certified OB/GYN with the Genesis OB/GYN Group, for a solution.
The Monarch robotic-assisted bronchoscopy technology allowed Dr. Brawner to perform a minimally invasive procedure to access small lung nodules in hard-to-reach places. This advanced technology helps patients like Shelly diagnose and treat their lung cancer.