Brighter Days Ahead for Peninsula Patient

Posted on September 12, 2018

Sitting on the floor of the shower, Keiko McCarroll could see water rising around her and corpses floating atop the waves. She thought she was going die. But in reality, McCarroll was safely sheltered inside Peninsula, a place that specializes in restoration of hope for people who suffer the torment of chronic mental illness. It’s 


Parkwest Assists when Former Baseball Pro Faces Cardiac Curve Ball

Posted on August 29, 2018

A former professional baseball pitcher undergoes major heart surgery 


On the move again

Posted on July 18, 2018

Paul Humphrey is standing tall after robotic-assisted knee replacement.  


A Real Jaw Dropper

Posted on July 11, 2018

Brenda Day was looking for “an expert” to treat her TMJ disorder. But instead of just one, she was helped by two experts at Parkwest Therapy Center. 


Finally Free From Addiction

Posted on April 25, 2018

It all started years ago with a backyard camp out. Dave Anders* remembers it well. He was about 13 years old, and one of his friends had managed to get some wine coolers and beer. As the night progressed, Anders began to experience for the first time what it feels like to be intoxicated. When 


Parkwest surgeons combine skill with technology for knee replacement

Posted 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 replacement

Posted 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. 


Long after ‘death’, Knoxville man is ‘full of life’

Posted on March 22, 2018

Eddie’s Life, A.D. Long after ‘death,’ Knoxville man is ‘full of life’   Church was over one Sunday in August 2016 – but not Eddie Thompson’s revival. For that, he had to skip lunch and race to Parkwest Medical Center.   Fortunately, the 70-year-old lumber broker’s cardiac arrest didn’t come until he was inside the