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Minimally Invasive Stroke Treatment





It was a Saturday morning and Ok-Pun Poling of Standish was having a stroke. She was rushed to St. Mary’s of Michigan in Saginaw. See how doctors there used a minimally invasive treatment to save her life.

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Videssa Blood Test Helps to Detect Breast Cancer
Videssa Blood Test Helps to Detect Breast Cancer

For women with dense breasts like Lisa Cook of Vassar, abnormal mammograms are the norm. But instead of waiting and worrying for until a follow up screening, Lisa underwent a unique blood test at St. Mary’s of Michigan in Saginaw to improve the accuracy of early breast cancer detection.

POEM
Peroral Endoscopic Myotomy (POEM) Used to Treat Achalasia

Imagine having to worry about trying to keep your food down every time you ate. That’s how a St. Clair County man lived every day until doctors at St. John Hospital changed his life with a novel minimally invasive treatment.

Pipeline Embolization Device
Pipeline Embolization Device Used to Treat a Brain Aneurysm

After a serious car accident doctors uncovered a small aneurysm in Elizabeth Williamson’s brain. Watch how doctors Borgess Medical Center in Kalamazoo saved this Battle Creek woman’s life with a revolutionary minimally invasive technology known as the Pipeline Embolization Device.
 

Primary Care
Primary Care

Genesys Regional Medical Center primary care specialist, Dr. William Edgar, has been providing personalized care to his patients for more than 30 years. Learn why Dr. Edgar says that the evolution of care over the years has resulted in better care for patients.

Bariatric Surgery
Bariatric Surgery

For years Angela Scholten of Kalamazoo fought a losing battle with obesity. But see how that all changed when Angela made the life altering decision to have bariatric surgery at Borgess Medical Center.