Maternity and Beyond

LOUISVILLE When Women First of Louisville opened its doors in 1988, it was one of the first all-woman-run obstetrics and

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A Transplant Known for His Transplants

LOUISVILLE Victor van Berkel, MD, PhD, is a self-proclaimed science geek who almost didn’t end up a doctor, let alone

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Racing Against Time

NEW ALBANY It’s a common Hollywood story line. The detective races to find the clues to solve the mystery before

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Seek and Destroy

LOUISVILLE Older sisters are supposed to torment their younger brothers. Maybe that is what Brian Mattingly, MD’s older sister intended

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New Kid in (Bards)Town

BARDSTOWN It was a busy summer for Nicolas Burnett, MD. And that goes way beyond anything related to COVID-19. In

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His Big Break

LOUISVILLE Many people struggle for years trying to figure out what they want to do with their lives. That’s not

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Trading Pigs for Pigskin

LOUISVILLE Locker rooms are seldom renowned for their pleasant odors, but then again, neither are pig pens. While one-time aspiring

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OrthoBiologic & Regenerative Medicine: The Future of Healing Is Here, Now.

LEXINGTON Protein rich plasma, PRP, is a current topic of discussion. To gain more insight, we spoke with Danesh Mazloomdoost,

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Good News for Bad Knees

    LOUISVILLE Orthopedic surgeon Joseph W. Greene, MD, is the first specialist in Louisville, Kentucky to use the ROSA®

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Not Your Father’s Orthopedics

BARDSTOWN Mark Duber, DO, finds the greatest satisfaction as an orthopedic surgeon comes from being able to repair patients, thus

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