Mary Jo Petersen's painful arthritic knees are now pain-free for the first time in 20 years with the team approach of orthopedics and physiatry.
A wireless pacemaker the size of a AAA battery and a jellyfish-looking device that can stop blood clots are 2 new technologies to treat Atrial Fibrillation or AFib.
It’s important for adults to stay up-to-date on vaccinations. So which immunizations do you need?
Probiotic products are all the rage, but are they really the answer to better gut health?
Many people mistake the onset symptoms of Alzheimer’s as just a normal part of aging. What you need to know to get an early diagnosis.
Do you know how to identify poison ivy or any of the other dangerous weeds that could cause you lots of pain?
Believe it or not, the color and consistency of your urine can say a lot about your health.
It may come as no surprise. Men are much less likely than women to have preventative health care exams. But maybe they should…
Some wounds are complicated, or just plain stubborn. Whether it’s from a surgery, injury, ulcer, burns or disease, providers see many types of wounds at the Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital Advanced Wound Center.