They call the kind of heart attack that hit New River resident Keith Webb a widow maker. “That’s because it’s an extremely large heart attack,” said cardiologist Tri Nguyen, MD, director of Noninvasive Cardiology at John C. Lincoln Deer Valley Hospital.
Q: My son banged his head hard when he was tackled during a football game and said he had a headache, was dizzy, and sick. He thought it was just “getting his bell rung” and that he could shake off the injury to finish the game. He finished the game, but afterwards his headache and dizziness got worse. He couldn’t concentrate in school the next day. Should we take him to the doctor?
Sean Moore was having the worst day of his young life when Orthopedic Trauma Surgeon Laura Prokuski, MD, met him. And that’s saying a lot, because his “worst-day” title had serious competition.
Although the holidays bring joyous gatherings and special celebrations, they can also have a downside: extra poundage. Here are a few tips from Gold’s Gym Manager of Trainers Jake Crotty to help prevent adding on spare pounds this Christmas season.
Q: What are the benefits of minimally invasive surgery for children?