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Rob Gaydosh

Back Patient

Rob Gaydosh, Back Patient

As veteran cop of 18 years, Rob Gaydosh was fulfilling a childhood dream. But those years of car chases, fighting and wearing 22 pounds of equipment threatened to turn his dream into the harsh reality of early retirement. This street cop was assigned a desk. Follow his investigation for answers and see Rob’s first night back on patrol.

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April 13, 2021

Surgical team uses skill, prayer and encouragement to help patient get back on his feet

Michael Hirschberger was terrified. Alone at the hospital due to COVID-19 restrictions, he was panicked at the thought of going to a rehab facility after back surgery and being away from his support network. His life experiences made him anxious abou ...continue reading

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April 6, 2021

Successful Back Surgery Brings Former Masters Champ Out of Retirement and Back to Augusta National

Legendary PGA golfer, Ian Woosnam, retired twice - once in 2016 and then again, in 2019. The chronic back pain he suffered throughout his career had progressed to the point he could no longer swing the club in the manner that carried him to 52 tourna ...continue reading

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January 7, 2021

Resolve to lose weight to reduce arthritis pain

Maintaining a healthy body weight is important for overall health. Most Americans know it’s importance in reducing risks of heart disease, diabetes and cancer. However, many may be surprised to learn excess weight not only exacerbates pain from arthr ...continue reading

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December 11, 2020

Staying healthy while staying safe

As the coronavirus pandemic accelerates in our community, we are seeing far too many people delaying essential doctor’s appointments out of fear of contracting the virus. In some cases, the risk from foregoing these routine appointments may be greate ...continue reading

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