Articles for Tag: "Minimally Invasive"

How a nearly 70-year-old long jumper kept going after two hip replacements 
How a nearly 70-year-old long jumper kept going after two hip replacements
He won some medals, too.
Less invasive heart procedure gets patients back to normal lives  Featured
Less invasive heart procedure gets patients back to normal lives
Just a week after surgery, an 85-year-old exclaims, “I already feel great.”
State-of-the-art robot helps patients heal quickly 
State-of-the-art robot helps patients heal quickly
For Terry Madia – who has four kids and two jobs – getting back on her feet after spine surgery was a top priority.
New device reduces stroke risk in A-fib patients 
New device reduces stroke risk in A-fib patients
An innovative technology offers people with irregular heartbeats an alternative to blood thinner medications.
New procedure could help avoid bypass surgery 
New procedure could help avoid bypass surgery
A minimally invasive technique and advanced equipment is giving patients relief without a major operation.
Light giving physicians edge in kidney surgery 
Light giving physicians edge in kidney surgery
Thanks to a technology called “Firefly,” surgeons are seeing “green” and removing kidney cancers with improved precision.
Chilly approach to heart care 
Chilly approach to heart care
A new method using cold instead of heat may prove to be the best treatment for a common heart rhythm disorder.