Please join our staff as we participate or present in the following presentations at the 2016 American Society of Reproductive Medicine.
Some patients with degenerative scoliosis can benefit from surgical correction. This 65-year-old patient saw dramatic improvement in her pain and posture after deformity correction.
When a Cleveland Clinic heart surgeon met a special ops veteran who now runs a company sharing principles of elite performance across industries, he realized boundless training opportunities were at hand.
Meet the new Chair of Colorectal Surgery at Cleveland Clinic, Scott R. Steele, MD. Dr. Steele discusses his previous work, his future plans and the latest advancement in treating colorectal cancer.
One in three patients with CIED infections referred to Cleveland Clinic for extraction in recent years had methicillin-resistant staphylococci. Here’s why that’s worrisome and what can be done.
Psychosocial variables may be among the best outcome predictors in chronic pain. A pilot project for low back pain is putting that notion to the test — and relying heavily on behavioral medicine interventions in the process.
In an effort to ensure living-donor kidney transplant recipients’ safety and to prevent unexpected donor-recipient tissue incompatibility, infectious disease transmission, and procurement of an anatomically inappropriate allograft, Cleveland Clinic surgeons have developed a first-of-its-kind preoperative checklist that is embedded in the electronic medical record.
Despite their popularity, wrist-worn fitness trackers aren’t reliable for accurately monitoring heart rate, and accuracy varies among leading models. So reports one of the first-ever studies of the devices.
Until now, there has been no specific clinical sign that a person has the colorectal cancer predisposition syndrome called MYH-associated polyposis (MAP). Dr. James Church explains his findings.
At Cleveland Clinic, pain specialist William Welches, DO, PhD, says OMT is an important part of helping pain patients maintain health.