Army Strong--There are Two Kinds of People in the World. . .
One of the long distance bicycling legends of Central Pennsylvania has not been on a bike for most of the last year. This woman of 200-mile days is riding a stationary bike and swimming at the YMCA. Why?Last year she had a small crash with a big injury. This willow-thin woman broke her hip. Since that ill-fated July day, she has not ridden a bike.That is quite a lifestyle change for a woman...
Jennifer Field is Surviving and Thriving
Each year, 1.7 million people suffer from a traumatic brain injury. Secily Wilson tells the story of a woman who has spent 20 years recovering from a car accident and is now dedicated to helping others find the will to survive and thrive.
OrthoNet Minutes: Preventing Falls
Falls are the leading cause of death and injury for those over the age of 65. Orthopaedic surgeon Mary Lynn Brown, M.D. shares her simple tips for staying on your feet and enjoying a long, active life.
Healthy 100 Women: Jennifer Field
Jennifer Field was 17 when doctors gave her little hope for survival after a traumatic brain injury, but she refused to give up hope. She explains why she now believes we all possess the ability to overcome challenges. She shares her incredible story
Luis Gandara, M.D.
Sports medicine doctor Luis Gandara, M.D., explains why you don't need to have a sports injury to see a sports medicine doctor. Find out about the wide variety of patients he treats, from small children to 90-year-olds.
Angelo and Brian Coduto
Brian Coduto says "It sounded like a shotgun" when he tore knee ligaments on the soccer field. In an instant he thought his college scholarship and promising soccer career was over. But then he met the doctors at Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic.