Featured Story: Andy the Kayaker

Posted on Jul 25, 2017, by

Andy works hard and plays hard. His days are spent working as a brick and concrete mason. In his spare time, Andy is a gym rat. And a Tough Mudder. And a biker, a hiker and a kayaker. Last Fall, Andy was competing in a Tough Mudder event when he felt his shoulder dislocate as […]

“I feel like I have a new life.”

Posted on Nov 9, 2016, by

Vicki D. I feel like I have a new life. I’ve had my right knee scoped and had total knee replacements on both knees at the Kennedy Center. Knee pain forced to be inactive for so many years, but now I feel like I have a new life! I had always been very active but having a […]

Get a Grip on Carpal Tunnel Pain

Posted on Jul 26, 2016, by

The first thing you notice is a tingling in your fingers.  Then the tingling turns into numbness, weakness and pain in your hands and wrists. You drop things.  You may find that it’s painful to type, do carpentry, knit or even play a musical instrument.  The symptoms often start while your sleeping and then progress […]

What Makes Someone a Hero?

Posted on Jan 15, 2016, by

We hear the word ‘hero’ applied every day to people who serve in the military, to firefighters and police officers and to ordinary people who risk their lives to do extraordinary things. This is a story about a different kind of heroism. On December 7, 2014, Jason ‘Jay’ Czoschke, a 41 year old husband and […]