Kaiser Permanente’s world-class sports medicine program enables athletes, from professional basketball players to weekend warriors, to stay fit and healthy.
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Excellent care at Kaiser Permanente enabled skier Robby Franco to recover from an injury, feel confident again, and compete in the PyeongChang Olympics. Now he’s looking forward to the 2022 winter games, with his sports medicine team helping him get there.
Technology allows a panel of urologists and oncologists to provide cutting-edge treatment for every single case of testicular cancer in Kaiser Permanente Northern California.
Hours after a tumor diagnosis, Sondra Smith safely delivered her daughter and underwent an urgent, successful surgery at Kaiser Permanente.
Julie Wright went from cancer diagnosis to treatment within one month at Kaiser Permanente. Today she is living a full life as a mother and environmental consultant, thanks to her physicians and Kaiser Permanente’s specialized Neuro-Oncology Pharmacy Service.
Audrey Weiand has seen 5 generations of her family threatened by the disease. But her multidisciplinary team at Kaiser Permanente has been there to help her live life to the fullest.
Alfonso and Stevie Joo, basketball coaches and father and son, both faced potentially career-altering injuries. But quick, personalized care from Kaiser Permanente got them back on the court.
Liza Barnes experienced a life-threatening aortic dissection, which can start in any part of the aorta but in her case was just above the heart. It came on hard and quick. But equally fast care from Kaiser Permanente saved her life.
An innovative operation at Kaiser Permanente resulted in a new bladder for Henry Diaz, who after cancer has resumed an active life. Picture, Diaz with his surgeon, Joseph Presti, MD.
San Franciscan Ellis Moye suffered 2 concussions playing high-school football. But his specialists at Kaiser Permanente got him healthy and back in the game.
Richard Williams’ tremors limited his life. Then a complex surgery put him back in control.
Kaiser Permanente’s Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program reaches members such as Loretta Fogarty for necessary surgeries that change lives.