Patient Stories: Bilateral Knee Replacements Give NMC Patient Once in a Lifetime Opportunity
Art Tozier shares his story on bilateral knee replacements and how NMC Orthopedic Surgeon J. Scott Pigg, MD, helped him experience a once in a lifetime opportunity.
When retired social worker and therapist Don Schmidt compares his recent total hip replacement procedure at Newton Medical Center (NMC) to the one he underwent 14 years ago, he calls
Willis Heck was relaxing the day after Christmas 2017, sitting in his chair reading before dinner, when he began having difficulty concentrating and even turning the pages of his book.
For avid golfer John Wilson, PhD, a rotator cuff injury meant more than just shoulder pain — it was a potential lifestyle changer. The retired Wichita State University professor and
Newton Medical Center (NMC) patient Sandy Banman was making strong progress in her rehabilitation following a stroke. From her early days on the hospital’s inpatient rehabilitation unit (IRU) with weakness
Every patient deserves to have a voice and to be treated with dignity and respect. That’s what Marge Roberson believes, and advocates for, in her role on Newton Medical Center’s (NMC) Patient and Family Advisory Council.
Newton Medical Center Chief Medical Officer, Charles Craig, MD, has nearly four decades of orthopedic surgery experience. But last fall, he experienced health care from a completely different perspective — as the patient.
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