n this episode of Charged, Dr. Tanaka talks about what inspired her to pursue a career in sports medicine, pursuing a career in a male-dominated field and the importance of research and education for athletes—particularly for female athletes.
Karen's story: How Dr. Harold Fogel and the team at the Orthopaedic Spine Center got Karen back to the things she loves
After falling down, Karen experienced debilitating pain. An incorrect diagnosis and months of PT led her to seek out Dr. Harold Fogel and his team at the Orthopaedic Spine Center for a second opinion.
Reducing Pain and Restoring Function: New Ortho Surgeon Brings Unique Procedures to Mass General. Reducing Pain and Restoring Function: New Ortho Surgeon Brings Unique Procedures to Mass General. Nearly 14 years ago, Bassem Elhassan, MD—co-chief of
How complex spine surgery with Dr. Hershman relieved Amy of the daily pain from scoliosis
How Janet got back to her active life after Dr. Daniel Tobert removed a spinal cyst
Ebru Oral, PhD, a Principal Investigator in the Harris Orthopaedics Laboratory, was one of the women honored as an Anne Klibanski Visiting Scholar.
Pain in his low back and legs meant Don could not do the things he loved doing - golfing, biking, hiking, enjoying time with this grandchildren. Dr. Fogel and the team in the Orthopaedic Spine Center got him back to the things he loves.
For 25-year-old Emily Mellen, running is everything. So when hip and knee pain started flaring up during her runs, she knew one thing for certain: She wasn't giving up her sport without a fight.
Bobby's spinal stenosis was causing debilitating pain every day. After surgery with Dr. Bono he is back to doing the things he loves.
Dr. Harris was award the A. Clifford Barger Excellence in Mentoring Award.