Using Telemedicine to Diagnose and Treat Stroke
James Wolf was an active and independent 86 year old. He drove his own car, went grocery shopping, paid the bills, helped his wife with the household chores, and was active in his local church.
“Stroke of luck” brings Davison man to McLaren Stroke Network
“A stroke of luck” may be an odd way to describe a medical stroke, but in Gerald Coleman’s case, it fits. He was “lucky” enough to be at a fitness center with medical personnel on hand when he suffered an acute stroke on March 7, 2016.
Richmond woman enters emergency paralyzed, leaves walking
When Margo Holley woke up early one morning in July, she knew something was wrong; she just felt weird. She headed to the bathroom and felt an odd sensation on her left side that got progressively worse with each step. By the time she reached the bathroom, her left side was paralyzed.