When Mike Mast noticed swelling and irritation in his eye, he had no idea it would lead to neurosurgery—which would save his vision.
Rick Freehafer coped with essential tremor most of his life. Then he learned about a procedure—and a team—that could set things right.
Medication failed to control an upbeat 6-year-old’s seizures. A rare brain surgery restored her health, allowing her to flourish.
A fast-acting medical team helped a Michigan businessman survive an aneurysm and a stroke.
A retired Michigan grocer is alive today thanks to his wife's quick reaction and a speedy response from an expert stroke team.
Zosia Wasylewski was “as healthy as they get” until a blood clot suddenly blocked an artery in her brain.
Doctors said baby Luke Worley was 12 hours from death. Today, he's a thriving, striving 6-year-old enjoying life.
During a trip to her Michigan cottage, a burst aneurysm lands a Dallas woman in the emergency department. Two surgeries later and she's up and running.
Maxed out on Parkinson’s disease meds and reluctant to give up his active lifestyle, Steve Stampfler opted for deep brain stimulation to bring his tremors under control.
Gray Rushin had pedaled 3,000 miles in 30 days when a stroke felled him north of Ludington, Michigan. Now his No. 1 aim is finishing his cross-country quest.
A longtime barber overcomes essential tremor thanks to a newer, simpler approach to deep brain stimulation.
Not all strokes happen quickly. But quick action still makes all the difference.