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After a diabetes diagnosis in 2016, Cheryl Neal finally decided on weight loss surgery to improve her quality of life once and for all.
LeRoy Prather, Jr. suffered an arm injury in 2017. With the help of Cone Health rehabilitation, he is on his way to recovery.
When Jenn met Richard, she was in the midst of a physical and emotional transformation. Now she is 5 sizes smaller, married and expecting a little girl.
He was at home when the chest pains started. He had seen these symptoms plenty of times throughout his career. He told his wife “we have to go,” and they got in the car.
After surgery, Robin has kept on track with her weight loss and fitness goals these past two years, losing close to 200 lbs - just a few pounds from her goal weight.
After the crash, Charaba was OK, except for his back. He had to spinal fractures. The care team then noticed his aorta was 2.5x larger than normal.
A head-on collision could have been the end of Benjamin's story - but because of caregivers who were ready to be “right here with you,” Benjamin was given a second chance.
Kelly had always struggled with her weight, developing diabetes and high blood pressure. But once she met the Cone Health team, a fire was lit under her that changed her life!
When Women’s Hospital patient, Lori Richardson, welcomed her fourth child, Maggie Collins, CRNA, was there just as she had been three times before.
Six months after surgery, Jenny Beale, did something she never thought she could because of some positive peer pressure from brand new friends.