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The latest innovation offered at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, the da Vinci robotic-assisted minimally invasive surgery system helps patients recover quickly

A promising cure rate helps to make treating urological cancers, like prostate, kidney, bladder and testicular cancers, a rewarding career, shares Rashed Ghandour, MD, a urologic oncologist at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center. “We’re lucky in urology to be able to bring a lot of benefits to patients because of the very high rate...

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Get your rear in gear

If you’re like the rest of the people in the world, chances are good that over the past year your activity level has slowed down—way down. Couple that with the past few months of frigid weather, and time spent sitting has likely escalated. Some people sit for a living—driving or planted stationary in an office chair—so...

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Using leading-edge technology and an innovative integrative approach to identify the true, underlying causes of pain

For those experiencing chronic pain, finding lasting relief can be a lifelong struggle. Many patients have seen rheumatologists, neurologists, orthopedic surgeons, chiropractors, acupuncturists, P.T.s, M.T.s and D.P.M.s—the list of traditional specialists can seem like a bottomless bowl of alphabet soup. But one local physician is taking...

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MaxStrength Fitness helped Sharon Yemich improve her bone strength

One in three women over the age of 50 will experience bone fractures due to osteoporosis in her lifetime. Currently there are 200 million people suffering from this bone disease characterized by low bone mass, deterioration of bone tissue, compromised bone strength and higher risk of fractures. But recent studies indicate that those who have...

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MyoFit Clinic is helping children with physical challenges reach their milestones

To meet the rising need in our area, this month the team at MyoFit Clinic physical therapy clinics is expanding its pediatric care. They treat children from one month to 17 years old with disabilities, genetic syndromes and autism, those who aren’t reaching developmental milestones or are recovering from injury or surgery. “From an...

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