Peace of Mind

BOWLING GREEN Sometimes, medical diagnosis is straightforward. An x-ray might clearly show a broken bone, an MRI will reveal soft

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Going to Great Pains

LEXINGTON There’s a reason pain is a four-letter word. No one likes it and it sometimes makes us say, well,

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Unifying Force

LOUISVILLE From the first moment that Wayne Tuckson, MD, colorectal surgeon at KentuckyOne Health Colorectal Surgery Associates in Louisville, speaks,

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Dr. Jones Speaks: “Going on Offense Against Cancer”

“We spend a lot of money on healthcare and health insurance. The problem is, we’re not spending enough on prevention.”—

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A Mile in Their Shoes

LEXINGTON It sounds like the beginning of a riddle: What do you call a physical therapist who doesn’t treat patients?

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A Foot in the Door

WINCHESTER As a foot and ankle specialist with training and experience in performing ankle replacements, David Hamilton, MD, knows a

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Treating Cancers That are Bad to the Bone and Soft Tissues

LOUISVILLE Like many medical doctors, Rodolfo Zamora, MD, is the type of person who enjoys problem solving. He liked numbers,

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Following Her Gut

LOUISVILLE It is comes as no surprise that Sunana Sohi, MD, became a doctor. Born and raised in Louisville, Sohi

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A Discussion Worth Having

NEW ALBANY The adult diaper industry is a $600 million industry in the United States. That’s one of the facts

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Forgotten No Longer

LONDON In a medical climate where specialized care is increasingly the norm, it might come as some surprise that there

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