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Local Doctor Pioneers Minimally Invasive Back Surgery

In surgery, inches are important. Every inch of an incision could mean more complications, longer hospital stays, and longer rehabilitation. But what if those five inches could be reduced to the size of small paper clip? For that question, Dr. Armond Levy has an answer…

Stroke Victim Celebrates Miraculous Anniversary

A 20 year old St. Louis woman who wasn’t expected to live after blood clots on her brain had caused a stroke a year ago, celebrated with a party one year later…

New Type of Back Surgery Aids Firefighter

St. Louis Firefighter Christopher Sichra talks about his years with back pain like a bad dream. “It's hard to believe, but it's like nothing happened,” he said. Sichra this year had a relatively new type of surgery that repaired an injured back that…