Using Augmented Reality to Improve Precision in Sinus Surgeries

Seeing is believing when it comes to the new augmented reality technology being used for the first time in the U.S. for sinus procedures at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center in Houston. Martin J. Citardi, MD, chair of the Department of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at McGovern Medical School at UTHealth, has been a vigorous proponent [Continue Reading]

No Longer Living in the Dark After Receiving Houston’s First Bionic Eye

Lidia Lopez knew from a young age that she had a degenerative eye disease that would cause her eyesight to deteriorate over time. By the time she was 50 years old, her vision was completely gone. At 61 years old in 2018, Lidia was living in total darkness. However, new technology is bringing some light [Continue Reading]

Counting Down: One Month to Marathon

Runners, the big day is almost in sight! With just over four weeks left until the big race, those planning to participate in the Chevron Houston Marathon should be at the peak of their training. Not to worry, the Human Performance Team at Memorial Hermann IRONMAN Sports Medicine Institute has some tips to help you [Continue Reading]

Fighting Prostate Cancer with Increased Confidence and Fewer Treatments

If Mike Spillane had to choose one word to describe his prostate cancer journey, it would be confident. “I can honestly say that throughout my cancer journey, from diagnoses to treatment, every doctor I spoke to instilled confidence in me that I would be able to beat this,” remembers Spillane. Like the 160,000 men the [Continue Reading]

Ready for health care that’s designed around you?

Visitors to Super Bowl LIVE in Houston enjoyed an exclusive opportunity to experience Everyday Well from Memorial Hermann. A first-of-its-kind approach to health and wellness in the Houston market, Everyday Well connects you with everything you need for living well and staying well. And it’s all delivered on your terms, on your schedule and at [Continue Reading]

Building a Healthier Community Starts with Healthier Kids

In 1996, when Carol Paret oversaw the launch of the Memorial Hermann Health Centers for Schools program at the WAVE and Kruse Health Centers in the Pasadena Independent School District, her rationale was simple, but poignant: “There was a need.” Now celebrating 20 years of keeping uninsured and underserved students healthy and in school where they can [Continue Reading]