Graduating from Chronic Pain: Every Patient’s Right

LEXINGTON How does chronic pain change a patient? How can a patient change their relationship to chronic pain? If you

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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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The Evolution of Gynecological Cancer Care

LOUISVILLE The years 1971-1972 were pivotal for cancer treatment for women in the U.S. Three prominent, well-known women, Betty Ford,

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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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Keeping Women Well for Life

LEXINGTON During her third year at Pikeville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Amy Baker, DO, underwent a life-changing experience— she helped

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Moving Towards a More Hopeful Future for Pelvic Pain Sufferers

LEXINGTON Pelvic pain and dysfunction are one of the most elusive conditions a woman can experience. In a culture preoccupied

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Healthy at Home

LOUISVILLE It is 3:00 am, and Chandhiran Rangaswamy, MD, an interventional cardiologist at UofL Health, is about to begin his

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Functional Neurosurgeon Finds a Home at Norton Neuroscience Institute

LOUISVILLE Abigail Rao, MD, was drawn to the neurosciences as an undergraduate, and her creative and collaborative nature has found

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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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