Jeff Sharlet admits he was not a fan of "healthy living." He thought, "Walking is boring and I don't have time to exercise." Then he had a heart attack at age 44 and did a 180-degree turn.
Kerry Clifford's first interaction with Dartmouth-Hitchcock set the positive tone for every interaction she's had during her cancer treatment.
"Ive made my living out of drumming," says Rich Regione. "I share rhythm and fitness with thousands of kids each year. My recovery was paramount."
With the help of Dr. Aleksandra Stark, McKinnon was able to manage his post-concussion syndrome.
Barbara Goldman's heart valve wasn't closing properly, so she underwent MitraClip. She shares her story with the help of two of her providers, Dr. Timothy Beaver and Dr. Megan Coylewright.
Scott Brandon has found that donating platelets can be the most important type of volunteer work he can do, especially when it helps cancer patients like his niece.