Swedish Medical Center

Gammaknife, Advanced Radiosurgery Treatment at Swedish

Advanced Radiosurgery Treatment at Swedish

by Jeannette Moninger | photos by Megan Aurich

Helps Wyoming Rancher Thrive

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ade Smith, MD Board-certified orthopedic trauma surgeon with Swedish Medical Center Orthopedic Trauma and Limb Reconstruction

Meet the Doctor: Wade Smith, MD

by Jeannette Moninger

Board-certified orthopedic trauma surgeon with Swedish Medical Center Orthopedic Trauma and Limb Reconstruction

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The Urology Center of Colorado, Dr. Juan Montoya

At Swedish, Robotic Technology Helps Surgeons and Patients

by Jeannette Moninger

The words “robotic surgery” might conjure up images of a Jetsons-era robot operating on a human. The reality, though, is a little less space-age and a lot more sophisticated. Here,  Dr. Juan Montoya (pictured above) and Dr. Kevin Davis, surgeons with  the Surgical Robotics Institute at...

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MEET THE DOCTOR: STEVEN J. MORGAN, MD

by Jeannette Moninger

Board-certified orthopedic trauma surgeon with OrthoONE at Swedish Medical Center

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2016 Gusi Peace Prize, Dr. Philip Fidler, Burn and Reconstructive Centers of Colorado at Swedish Medical Center

Denver Burn Surgeon Receives International Award

by Andrea Juarez

Denver’s Dr. Philip Fidler traded his blue surgical scrubs for a black tuxedo last November 23 when he was in the Philippines. That night, he and 13 others from around the globe took center stage in Manila to be bestowed with the 2016 Gusi Peace Prize, an international award for excellence and...

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reflux management

GERD attack

by Debra Melani

Swedish Medical Center offers ammunition against growing menace

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Hormone Shakeup

by Debra Melani

Biochemical changes can reprogram dads, too

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Purr-fect prescription

by Sarah Maurer

Patients, doctors find health benefits of four-legged friends

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When hearing aids aren’t enough: Cochlear implants offer clarity

by Mary Lemma

No one really knows exactly how, when or why Marcia Robertson experienced hearing loss. Her physician doesn’t think it was congenital because her speech is normal, she says. But Robertson, 52, has been hearing impaired most of her life, and only within the past few years has experienced the world...

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Mac Gordon

Swedish ‘Lou Gehrig’s’ patient becomes first recipient of breathing technology

by Kelly Pate Dwyer

A surgical team at Swedish Medical Center recently implanted a cutting-edge, pacemaker-like device that expands breathing capacity into a “Lou Gehrig’s Disease” patient, potentially improving and extending his life. It was the first such procedure on a Lou Gehrig’s patient in Colorado.

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