Sunday, September 12, 2010

Martha's Life Changing Report One Year After Complex Adult Scoliosis Reconstruction


Yesterday we had a great, but very busy clinic at the end of a really great week. Martha and her husband came back to see us one year and one day after her major reconstructive surgery I performed to correct her old adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS), which was combined with severe adult degenerative scoliosis, spondylolisthesis and severe spinal stenosis.

Martha and her husband take a few seconds here to share their sincere thanksgiving to all of the caring nurses, physical occupational therapists, scrub techs, physicians, physician assistants, social workers and others from Duke Raleigh Hospital and Hey Clinic who helped them start a whole new life together.

Her smile tells it all. Thanks for taking time Martha to thank the folks who "bust their butts" every day caring for folks like you, but rarely if ever get a chance to see the wonderful long-term results, and the difference it makes in your lives for years to come!

Dr. Lloyd Hey
Hey Clinic for Scoliosis and Spine Surgery

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