Mike was running on his treadmill when he collapsed from having a stroke. See how Penn Medicine and Virtua saved his life.Watch Video
A 42-year-old had surgery on a ruptured disc and was up and walking the same night of the surgery and doesn't think about his pain anymore.Read More
An OB/GYN receives a successful discectomy, herniated disc surgery, after suffering through a year of debilitating back and sciatica pain.Read More
Mike likes to hike, but his back pain was getting worse. See how spine surgery through Penn Medicine | Virtua got him back on the trails.Watch Video
Virtua Memorial Hospital was designated an Aetna Institute of Quality (IOQ) for its spine surgery program and also has been awarded a Blue Distinction® Center for Spine Surgery by the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association.
Stroke has known symptoms like weakness on one side of the body and loss of speech/facial control. But vision changes or loss can also be a sign of stroke.Read More
Years of chronic back pain led Father Andy from Peckville, PA, to Mount Holly, NJ, and Penn Medicine | Virtua neurosurgeon Stephen Dante, MD, for the relief he had been praying for.Read More
When tests revealed a pea-sized mass in Elena Wyche’s brain, she turned to Penn Medicine | Virtua brain surgeon Patrick Connolly, MD, for treatment.Read More