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Advanced Practice Providers – An Important Part of Your Healthcare Team

Posted on October 6, 2023

APP, PA, NP – to many people, this sounds like alphabet soup. That’s because the general public may not be familiar with these medical acronyms. Advanced Practice Providers (APP) is a newer term used to refer to Physician Assistants (PA’s) Nurse Practitioners (NP’s), Nurse Midwives (CNM) and Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA’s). At one point, … read more

From Consultation to Surgery: How long does it take? 

Posted on September 27, 2023

Here are the steps you need to know  You’ve met with your primary care doctor, followed up with a specialist, and perhaps you’ve already tried physical therapy or other nonsurgical approaches.  After careful consideration, you’ve decided that surgery is the best option for you.  What are the next steps?   If you are waiting to schedule … read more

5280 Names 6 2023 Top Doctors at Panorama

Posted on August 18, 2023

This year’s Top Doctor nominations were more competitive than ever before. 5280 partnered with Castle Connolly, a healthcare research company, to conduct a rigorous selection process for the top doctors in each category. The nomination process is open to all licensed physicians in America to vote. Then, the Castle Connolly team asses the nominations according … read more

Who should I see for back pain? 

Posted on July 31, 2023

From physical therapists and chiropractors to physiatrists and orthopedic surgeons, you have options.  Learn about which doctors may be the best fit for you.  Just as back pain has a range of causes, there are a wide variety of back specialists who can help treat your pain.  It can be challenging to determine who is … read more

Life After a 13-foot Fall

Posted on July 18, 2023 | Tagged: ,

Benjamin Smith shares how Dr. Jared Foran’s dedication not only saved his life, but also inspired him to change his career to healthcare so that he could do the same for others. “There was before the fall and after the fall.” Benjamin Smith was working as a building inspector in 2017, when the ladder fell … read more