Going Back to School with New Hips.

After 33 years as a physical education coach, Eddie Carlton was considering retirement or taking a classroom job because severe hip pain was slowing him down.  A former college athlete, Carlton had difficulty putting his socks on as his pain steadily worsened.  To ease the pain, he sometimes taught his PE classes while seated and [Continue Reading]

Look at these Bright New Stars Born During Today’s Eclipse

It was a total eclipse of the melt-your-heart day at Memorial Hermann hospitals around the Greater Houston area. While many people were staring upwards at the closest star in our solar system, new parents were looking down at the bright, shining additions to their families. These eclipse-day babies are pictured sporting sunglasses to commemorate the [Continue Reading]

Postpartum Depression & Anxiety: One Woman’s Story

Lizeth Martinez loved her life.  She was happily married to her high school sweetheart and had never experienced depression of any kind, that is until after the birth of her son when she was diagnosed with postpartum depression (PPD) and postpartum anxiety (PPA).  This is her story in her own words. I feel as if [Continue Reading]

Innovative Carpal Tunnel Treatment Sends This Teacher Back to School Pain-free

When it comes to being a second grade teacher, working with your hands is part of the job. But for Leticia Ocaña, everyday activities began causing her pain, numbness and tingling. “My hand would begin to feel numb as I wrote on the board. I couldn’t hold things for long periods of time without experiencing [Continue Reading]

He lost a leg, but he never gave up.

“There have been days when I didn’t feel like I would make it through,” says Jarrell Bryant, a formerpatient at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center who was admitted through the hospital’s Red Duke Trauma Institute. “I went through the ‘why me’s,’ but I got past it. My wife and I have an eight-year-old daughter I have [Continue Reading]