Walking up and down stairs might not seem exciting. For Carol Kichler, though, climbing and descending stairs without excruciating pain is a daily highlight. Kichler, 73, couldn’t walk up or down even two steps without agonizing pain before September, when she received stem cell treatments in her knees.
An idyllic vacation tour of Italy in May. Lake Como, Santa Margherita, Tuscany, Florence, and the Amalfi Coast. Who wouldn’t want to go? Maureen Anton for one, at least not with Bursitis and Arthritis. “The pain on the top of foot was so severe that it would keep me up almost every night,” Maureen says.
William Shockley has had a lot going on during the past decade: births of two children, transition out of the U.S. Navy, and a lot of back pain. An operations technician at an Arizona Public Service Electric Company power plant, Shockley, 33, first injured three Lumbar discs, the lowest discs, in his back sometime during his Navy service aboard a submarine a decade ago.
Not much slows Vinceanne Casale down. Not even severe scoliosis. “I’m a real doer, shaker, go-er,” Vinceanne says. “I just had to do it in pain.” Until recently, she adds, when Dr. Michael Wolff and the staff at Southwest Spine & Sports treated the 73-year-old Scottsdale resident with Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA). “It’s been wonderful since […]