Radiation, chemotherapy, and surgery put Miami scuba diver back in the water.
Harper Blommers could not touch her head because of an injury suffered at birth. After surgery at Mayo, she is now happily dancing like her sister.
Jeffrey Hughes is one of the first patients in the U.S. to undergo deep brain stimulation for his chronic headaches — and he is happy he had the courage to make that choice.
When doctors discovered a large tumor wrapped around Wendy Cook's sciatic nerve and extending into her pelvis, she turned to Mayo Clinic for help.
For Carter Schlink cranium remolding — and the colorful helmet that makes it possible — are a great fit.
Heidi wanted to reward herself for getting through a hard time in her life. Her choice: cosmetic surgery.
John Greller was a swimming hero at the National Kidney Foundation Transplant Games. He gave his medals to his real heroes — his wife, his (donor) son, and the Mayo transplant team.
Surgery to treat epilepsy has allowed Melissa Bruesehoff to enjoy many things that once seemed out of reach — including motherhood.
After hip replacement surgeries, Mara Olson feels no pain and is back to the activities she enjoys. That's just the result her surgeon and her two dogs wanted for her.
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