Generations of Care

LEXINGTON For some people, acute or chronic pain is a fact of life, but expert physicians and specialists can help

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Finding Purpose After Prognosis

LOUISVILLE Despite spending a decade as a physical medicine and rehabilitation doctor specializing in spinal cord injury (SCI), Camilo Castillo,

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New Horizons in Orthopedic Medicine

LEXINGTON Editor’s intro: Jeffrey Brian Selby, MD, has been chair of the UK Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine

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“It’s Just Scar Tissue, No Big Deal” Wrong!

LEXINGTON The achy jointed weekend warriors and active seniors of our modern culture often need more than physical therapists and

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Demand for Medical Nutrition Therapy Increases During COVID-19

LEXINGTON While it’s been over a year since COVID-19 was classified as a pandemic, taking a toll on countries worldwide,

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Making the Case for Care Continuity

LONDON When primary care physician Nancy Morris, MD, recently met her new colleague, vascular surgeon Sherisa Warren, DO, she was

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Focus on Function First

LOUISVILLE Completing a 5K run is an admirable accomplishment for anyone. But, for someone who has suffered a traumatic brain

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Collaborating on Cancer Care in the Bluegrass

LEXINGTON UK HealthCare and Lexington Clinic joined together this year to enhance and expand outpatient cancer care throughout Central Kentucky.

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Breathing New Life

LEXINGTON Originally from Pakistan, Iram Nawaz, MD, attended medical school there before coming to the United States for her internal

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A Founding Member of Treating Pain

LEXINGTON For some people, acute or chronic pain is a fact of life. A New England Journal of Medicine article

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