• Features
  • Brain Trust

    In late 2009, then 66-year-old William Lopez did what he characterizes as a back flip on the ice in front of his Athol, Idaho home, hitting his head when he landed. “I was out for maybe half a minute,” Lopez recalls. “I made it through Christmas,... read more...
  • Back On His Feet

    The pain in his back and leg had gotten so severe that 74-year-old Jay Kepner could barely walk. “Even with a walker, I couldn’t go any distance,” recalls the Bermuda Dunes resident, a former long-distance runner who, after a hip replacement in... read more...
  • Physician Roundtable - Neuroscience

    The anatomy of the cervical spine generally permits a good range of flexibility and motion under normal circumstances. Unfortunately, it is also vulnerable to unforeseen physical forces. Whether sitting, driving or using a phone or computer, our... read more...
  • Highlights
  • President’s Message

    In this issue of Healthy Living, we focus on the Neuroscience Center of Excellence, exploring conditions of the spine, neck and brain in depth. Aches and pains are nothing new to most adults, but knowing when a condition requires a physician’s... read more...