New KentuckyOne Health Foot and Ankle Surgeon Makes His Mark in the Bluegrass

LEXINGTON / MT. STERLING, KY Fifty years ago podiatry may have been chiefly concerned with corns and calluses, but todays

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Fixing the Unfixable

GEORGETOWN, KY David Waespe, MD, visited Switzerland twice in a 12-year span, but the trips could not have been more

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Just an Arm’s Length and a Day Away

LOUISVILLE The days of lengthy hospital stays for surgical procedures are long gone. Much of this is fueled by payers,

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A Joint Effort

LEXINGTON Repairing and replacing knees and hip joints is what Tharun Karthikeyan, MD does for a living. He’s well trained

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A Perfect Fit

WINCHESTER Greg Grau, MD, had decided before he even went to medical school that he wanted a career in orthopedic

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Hemophilia, Hodgkin’s Disease, and Multiple Myeloma

LOUISVILLE & LEXINGTON Bleeding disorders and blood cancers are two areas in medicine where the dreams of a few years

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One Step at a Time

WINCHESTER, KY Michael R. Heilig, MD, was familiar with orthopedic techniques as early as 1969, the year of his birth,

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Patient-Driven. Precision-Made.

LOUISVILLE No surgeon is perfect. Even the most precise, experienced surgeons have a margin of human error. But, what if

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Video Game Vision, One Millimeter Accuracy

LEXINGTON When Greg D’Angelo, MD, was doing his master’s degree in mechanical engineering, robotic-assisted partial knee replacement was not on

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Bulding a Better Cardiac Surgery Program

LOUISVILLE When it comes to complex pathologies of the heart, and the growing number of technological advancements used in treatment,

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