It makes sense that a former engineer would find robotics surgery fascinating.
Helping women overcome the physical and emotional toll of losing their breasts to cancer is the essence of what led Mitchell Flurry, MD, to become a plastic surgeon.
A Via Christi surgeon is using a novel technique to repair hernias that uses the minimally invasive da Vinci robotic system and the principles of the gold standard surgical procedure known as Rives-Stoppa.
Members of the Kansas Initiative for Stroke Survival are working to improve awareness and outcomes.
Surgical Specialists is no stranger to Wichita.
Autologous breast reconstruction — using a patient’s own skin and fat instead of implants — is now an option for breast cancer patients seeking care in Wichita.
Greater comfort, increased accessibility and innovative technologies are the drivers behind EPIC heart & Surgery Center, Wichita’s first and only freestanding outpatient heart & surgery center, which opened Oct. 1.
Identifying future medical needs of the community and making it a singular mission to meet those needs has been the driving force behind Wesley Medical Center for more than 100 years. This spirit of forward-thinking care is at the heart of its current effort to grow its oncology program to meet Increasing demand for cancer services in Wichita and throughout Kansas and Northern Oklahoma.
Wesley Medical Center’s commitment to children includes ensuring that pediatric surgery continues to be available in Wichita 24/7. To this end, Wesley has contracted with experienced, board-certified pediatric surgeons on a locum tenens basis while the search is underway for permanent pediatric surgeons.
Epilepsy is a neurological disorder — not a disease — characterized by repeated seizures. Epilepsy affects people of all ages, races and ethnicities, and is the fourth most common neurological disorder in the United States. Only migraine, stroke and Alzheimer’s disease occur more frequently. Epilepsy affects 65 million people worldwide.
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