St. Ambrose University Journalism professor and former WQAD-TV reporter Alan Sivell, 64, is putting his 2 new knees through the paces — fulfilling a goal to ride across Iowa in RAGBRAI, July 19-25. Alan is kicking into high gear, cycling about 100 miles a week to train for the
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Whoever said retirement means slowing down hasn’t met 70-year old Helen Akers of Geneseo.
Lancers team physician, Dr. Matthew Lindaman, not only attended North Scott himself, he met his wife there! Learn what else he loves about the Lancers and about being an orthopedic surgeon.
QC Mallards physician Dr. Mark Stewart says this fast and strong hockey team is “ready to skate” … just in time for their Oct. 24 season opener. He’ll be rink side to treat the tough injuries he sometimes sees.
High-achieving Assumption kicker is stronger than ever, thanks to hip arthroscopy.
Colona Grandmother Ruth Rancod remembers when pain from arthritis forced her to crawl instead of walk. Today, spine surgery has her loving life and her grandson. Read how Ruth is standing tall after successful back surgery.
Lawn rangers and garden warriors take note: lifting, twisting and pulling can wreak havoc on your back. Protect your spine and prevent low back pain with these tips from ORA spine surgeon Dr. Michael Berry. Read about safe lifting techniques.