“The Relief was Amazing”Posted on March 1, 2023
After spine surgery with Dr. Johnson at Parkwest Medical Center, Christy Garland was pain free, and back to her old self.
Shoulder Surgery “Goes 3D”Posted on December 14, 2022
Parkwest Medical Center First in State to Use Mixed Reality 3D Hologram Technology during Shoulder Replacement Surgery.
Shouldering a Burden of PainPosted on August 5, 2020
3D design customizes joint replacement for Parkwest patient For some people, retirement means rest and relaxation or getting away from it all. For Blair Minton, 68, you might say retirement has gone to the dogs. “My wife and I breed, sell and train toy and miniature Australian shepherds,” Minton says. “Currently we have 20 adults
On Land or by Air, Loyal Patient Chooses Parkwest Medical CenterPosted on October 23, 2019
When Roy South had a bad fall and broke his femur … he relied on the healthcare team at Parkwest Medical Center for his treatment.
Heather Scudder, RN, Receives DAISY AwardPosted on May 1, 2019
Today The DAISY Award was presented to Heather Scudder, RN, on our orthopedic floor at Parkwest Medical Center. Heather was nominated by a patient.
Giving Thanks for Neck SurgeryPosted on February 6, 2019
Knoxville woman takes holiday for cervical fusion Angela Schubert had avoided surgery long enough. The pain in her neck and the tingling and spasms in her arms had made her miserable for almost a year. When it was almost Thanksgiving 2018 and her daughter would be home to help, she decided to go for it
Parkwest surgeons combine skill with technology for knee replacementPosted on April 11, 2018
The incredibly precise nature of a new robotic-assisted knee replacement procedure is being matched by fellowship-trained surgeons who are precise in every undertaking.
Patient on the move after robotic-assisted knee replacementPosted on April 4, 2018
“The benefit of robotic surgery is the fact that we can be more precise and accurate in the placement and balancing of our knee replacements to ensure the most optimal outcome for the patient,” Dr. Ivie says.