How a Grangerland pastor overcame tremors with help from UT Physicians specialists using advanced techniques to improve quality of life.
The skull of an infant is made up of free-floating bones separated by fibers called sutures. This arrangement allows the infant’s head to pass through the birth canal and also enables the skull to grow with the brain in early infancy. Premature fusing of the sutures is called craniosynostosis, which restricts skull growth. The cause […]
Tethered Spinal Cord
Watch Dr. Sandberg’s online presentation on tethered spinal cord to learn more about symptoms, diagnosis and the latest treatment options available at UT Physicians and Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital. Source: http://childrens.memorialhermann.org/services/neurological/tethered-spinal-cord/
How I got my life back after weight loss surgery
After trying to lose weight unsuccessfully with fad diets and exercise, 63-year-old Gary Johnson heard about a procedure from a friend that would melt away the pounds. He headed to Houston to meet with Dr. Todd Wilson for a consultation that would be life changing.
Preventative care saves Houstonian
Each year, an estimated 70,000 people will be diagnosed with oral, head and neck cancers. UT Physicians otorhinolaryngologists are working to educate the public about these types of cancers and how early detection is the key to survival.
Michelle’s story—seizing a cure
Louisiana resident Michelle Hernandez spent most of her life searching for a way to control her seizures caused by epilepsy. Her journey led her to UT Physicians and Dr. Giridhar Kalamangalam. Her life has now been forever changed.
Early detection key to cancer survival
During a routine well visit at the new UT Physicians Community Health & Wellness Center – Rosenberg, a local woman receives test orders that lead to a breast cancer diagnosis.