Shoulder to Shoulder

LEXINGTON Central Kentucky is widely recognized as the epicenter for thoroughbred racing, bourbon production, and Wildcat basketball. But, it is

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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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Events – Sep 2018

Kentucky Medical Association Holds Annual Meeting LOUISVILLE The KMA Annual Meeting was held August 24–26, 2018 at the Marriott East

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News – Sep 2018

Baptist Medical Group Announces New Providers LEXINGTON Supriya Kohli, MD, has joined Baptist Health Medical Group Neurology. Kohli earned a

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Welcome to the Orthopedic, Sports, and Physical Medicine Issue

“Truly I tell you, no prophet is accepted in his hometown. Luke 4:24 It was 35 years ago, in 1983,

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Gynecologic Oncologist Promotes Broader Use of Robotic Surgery

LOUISVILLE Daniel S. Metzinger, MD, associate professor at the U of L School of Medicine, and gynecologic oncologist at University

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Bariatric Surgery Today

LOUISVILLE & NEW ALBANY, IN As a state, Kentucky holds the unfortunate title of being one of the fattest of

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Combining a Forward Focus and Committed Care

LEXINGTON When interviewing four of the physicians from the heart and vascular care department of Saint Joseph Hospital (SJH), the

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Plastic Surgeons Transplant Tissue Between Identical Twins

LOUISVILLE After watching her identical twin sister go through chemo and radiation therapies not once, but three times, Cherona Craig

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Marty Luftman, MD, Transitions to a New Practice That’s Just Right

LEXINGTON The Goldilocks moment is finding the “just right” balance between life, work, and everything else. Upon transitioning to his

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