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Dr. Deutsch, Houston Shoulder Doctor
Dr. Edelstein, Houston Knee Doctor
Dr. Landon, Houston Hip Doctor
Dr. Shah, Houston Orthopedic Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgeon
Dr. Stavinoha, Houston Sports Medicine Doctor
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Making a Splash: Double Hip Replacement Patient Goes to the Senior Olympics
Two hip surgeries didn’t stop lifelong competitive swimmer Frances Poole Knight from going for gold. As an active senior, Frances Poole Knight’s life was predicated by her ability to move. But after living with pain and discomfort in her left hip for more than a year, she was forced to turn to the support of a cane to maintain mobility.A defining moment for Frances came one Christmas Eve at her church. As she processed down the aisle to sing with the choir, she began experiencing unbearable pain. Frances knew hip replacement surgery was her only option.
How Knee Replacement Gave This Teacher a Lesson on Living
Brenda Ross is used to being on the go. A former middle school track runner and water skier, the 54-year-old retired schoolteacher from Cypress, Texas started having excruciating pain in her knees in 2003. Activities Brenda once took for granted, like walking down a hall, became difficult. During her last two years of teaching, Brenda would walk to her classroom everyday with the help of a walker to help relieve her of the pain.
Hip Replacement Gives Soldier New Lease on Life
Mark Starck, 48, isn’t your average hip replacement patient. At 5 feet, 10 inches and 170 pounds, the physically fit U.S. Navy petty officer and former special education teacher was serving in Iraq and running half marathons before debilitating hip pain interrupted his way of life.
Dr. Glenn C. Landon Honored as Distinguished Surgeon by the Association of Perioperative Registered Nurses' Greater Houston Chapter
Glenn C. Landon, M.D., chief of Orthopedics and medical director of specialties at Kelsey-Seybold Clinic in Houston, Texas, received Distinguished Surgeon honors from the Greater Houston chapter of the Association of Perioperative Registered Nurses (AORN). Landon was honored during the AORN’s annual Triple Star Gala on January 20, 2007.
Minimally Invasive Shoulder Surgery
Sharon Sterchy, EDD, feels like the “Bionic Woman.” She works out, runs 13-mile marathons, competes in triathlons and, for the past 32 years, has been involved in physical education. Now, through a combination of age, normal wear and tear and possibly some arthritis, her joints and tendons aren't as flexible as they once were.
Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement
Take a look at a 12-inch ruler. That's nearly as long as the incision used in a conventional hip replacement. Now cover up 75 percent of that ruler, so you can only have 3 inches showing. That's the size of the incision made by Kelsey-Seybold Clinic Orthopedic Surgeon Glenn C. Landon, M.D., during a pioneering hip replacement on May 22, 2002, at St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital.
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