The Medical Center of Aurora

Tyler Chan, MD Endocrine surgeon with The Medical Center of Aurora

Meet the Doctor: Tyler Chan, MD

by Jeannette Moninger | photos by Dan Sidor

Endocrine surgeon with The Medical Center of Aurora

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Treating the Aches and Pains of Osteoarthritis

by Andrea Juarez

Whether you are a former professional athlete, like Broncos football player Mark Schlereth, an active person or even a couch potato, you may be among the 30 million Americans suffering from osteoarthritis, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Mark Schlereth, Denver Broncos, aging NFL Athletes

Keeping Up With Mark Schlereth

by Jennifer Starbuck

Bronco's Super Bowl Champion Stays Active, Willfully Keeps Osteoarthritis Pain At Bay

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Jay Phillips

Calming the beat

by Debra Melani

HealthONE breaking ground with treatments to fight A Fib,

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Ed Schreiber

More than a mobility thief: Leg disease can threaten life and limb

by Debra Melani

As with most victims, Ed Schreiber’s peripheral artery disease snatched his ability to walk pain-free just as his lazy, strolling days of retirement lay ahead. But unlike many patients, the computer-software specialist saw his doctor at the first sign of the disease, boosting his chance of...

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Heart

For the love of your heart: Doctors share meanings behind their cardiovascular-health messages

by Debra Melani

Heart disease holds the top spot for killing the most people in this country, and its grip remains rock solid. Every minute, it takes an American life, and it accounts for more than a quarter of Colorado’s deaths each year. Below, with the help of Dr. Eugene Sherman, a cardiologist with The...

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varicose vein treatment

Varicose veins: more than a cosmetic issue

by Debra Melani

Maybe their mom told them the unsightly veins were just part of aging. Or maybe they knew someone who tried to battle the bulging, wormlike veins with surgery, regretting it to this day. Whatever their reason, many people are quietly and wrongly suffering with varicose veins, doctors say.

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anterior hip replacement

Replacing parts: Joint surgery can bring back life’s pleasures

by Debra Melani

Ask Jim Rice how bad the pain in his hip was, and he finds no need for contemplation. “It was a 10,” he replies instantly. Yet the tough Colorado outdoorsman is also quick to add that it wasn’t so much the pain, but what the pain took away, that pushed him through his orthopedic surgeon’s door.

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Stephanie Sparks

Mind on the Mend: Spalding therapists help patients regain function with cell-promoting exercises

by Debra Melani

Stephanie Sparks felt agitated. Her hospital room had no phone, no TV. Some guy kept telling her what day it was every time he saw her. And other people would ask her to do things over and over: Pick up this spoon. Create this sound. It didn’t make any sense to her. But not much did.

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calming baby

Calming the three C’s

by Debra Melani

Constipation, Colds/coughs & Colic (OH MY!)

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