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Seeking Adventure: Photographer learns to walk, ski again following spinal surgery

Cincinnati native Jim Harris has always lived a life of adventure, traveling the globe as a photographer and videographer for publications such as National Geographic. [...]

Cheng Named Chair of Neurosurgery at UC

Joseph Cheng, MD, professor and vice chair of neurosurgery at the Yale School of Medicine, has been named professor and chair of the University of [...]

Spine Surgery Banishes Debilitating Back Pain

After 16 years of chronic back pain, Scott Sloan had sought out every therapy and medication that might ease his symptoms, but the spasms and [...]

Proton Therapy to Provide New Weapon Against Tumors in Fragile Areas of Head and Spine

A new tool to treat cancer – including cancer of the brain and spine – is on the horizon in Greater Cincinnati. Work has begun [...]

New Spinal Cord Injury Clinic Fills a Gap in the Region

When people suffer an accident that involves injury to the spinal cord, they may undergo a variety of treatments for the trauma. But after the [...]

Dr. Angela Stillwagon: Getting Patients Back on Their Feet with PM&R

Helping patients recover function and quality of life after stroke, traumatic brain injury, or musculoskeletal or spinal cord injury is the prime objective of Angela [...]

A Young Adventurer Seeks Restoration, Rehabilitation and Hope

There was always an element of risk. Jim Harris traveled in the adventure world as an accomplished writer and photographer, capturing an alternate universe of [...]

The Ekso Skeleton at UC Health's Drake Center Helps Paralyzed People Walk

A wearable exoskeleton called the Ekso, available at UC Health's Drake Center, is giving hope to those who never thought they would walk again. Kevin [...]

 

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