Dr John Di Saia is a "real" plastic surgeon not one of the many online "dime story phonies." He completed Medical school at UC Irvine in 1990 and started a General Surgery residency that year at UC Irvine. He completed General and Plastic Surgery Residencies at UC Irvine in 1995 and 1997 respectively. Dr Di Saia became board certified in by the American Board of Surgery in...
Michael A. Zadeh, M.D. is a Board Certified General Surgeon practicing in the San Fernando Valley area.
Dr. Zadeh’s passion for surgery is reflected in the wide variety of procedures he performs, including a special interest in laparoscopic surgery which was a large part of his surgical training. His expertise in minimally invasive techniques, along with the application of...
I am an active 44 year old from Missoula Montana. I was diagnosed with breast cancer 6 months ago and spent the winter recovering from bilateral mastectomy/oophorectomy surgeries and chemotherapy. I was able to continue running (albeit fewer miles) during chemo. I started doing yoga during chemo for the relaxation and conditioning benefits.
I am a Cancer Survivor, was diagnosed with cancer when I was 2 years of age. The Lord, has kept me around for another 23 years. I have found my purpose, which is to help those that have gone through some hardships just like I have. I have a blog where I share my thoughts and knowledge and I give people hope and inspiration.
Recently diagnosed with Breast Cancer and off work while I go through treatment (surgery, chemo, radiation). I am 43, married for 17 years to Brad, and we have 2 boys - Zach is 14 and Carter is 11. I run outdoors year round and have done 3 half marathons (one in the snow). I want to do a full marathon at least once. I plan to spend time outdoors walking or running as I go through my treatments.
I'm a healthy, vibrant and joyful person who owns a Pilates & Gyrotonic studio near the beach in Santa Cruz CA. Never having been sick in my life, I was shocked to find a lump in my right breast in June 2008 and was diagnosed with Stage 1 Grade 3 Triple Negative Breast Cancer. I had a lumpectomy in June 2008 and the aggressive cancer spread to lymph nodes requiring a second surgery in...
I am a licensed Clinicial Psychologist with specialized training in mood and anxiety conditions. I often treat individuals, couples, and families with a "here and now approach" to address their difficulties, as opposed to focusing on issues from childhood or subconscious conflicts. Short-term therapy (approximately 15 sessions or less) can be very helpful in many cases, and sometimes...
Helge V. Keitel blogging about CTS = Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in English, Swedish and Finnish.
I write about several things but in Wellsphere the focus is on carpal tunnel syndrome and hand surgery.
CTS is common for people who have to use their hands extensively and continuously in their work.
- assembly line workers
- crafts people using their hands
- car mechanics
I was diagnosed with Lupus and overlapping Rheumatoid Arthritis in November 2008. Before this, I had been mis-diagnosed for about two years. First with bi-lateral carpal tunnel, then with the curve in my neck not being curved enough. I had hand surgery scheduled in July 2008 before my primary care physician suggested I cancel until more tests could be run.