Striking Out Pain
6/23/2015

Striking Out Pain

As a high school sports referee, Timothy McGee has to be just as active as the athletes he officiates during baseball and football season.

So when the Carroll resident started experiencing a nagging discomfort in his hip last spring, he set out to find relief. After seeking out a doctor, a physical therapist and then a chiropractor near his job in Columbus, he was still experiencing hip pain. “I was taking ibuprofen probably every other day,” he recalled.

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Getting Saucy Again
6/18/2015

Getting Saucy Again

Heartburn was keeping Priscilla Fitzsimmons from the food she loved – until she found relief through the Fairfield Medical Heartburn Center.

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Spreading The Word Of Early Detection
6/18/2015

Spreading The Word Of Early Detection

As a local gospel quartet member, there is nothing John Fortner loves more than traveling to different churches to share his love of music.

However, since his diagnosis with stage 1 colon cancer in January, John has been doing more than just singing at these concerts: He’s been sharing his personal story to raise awareness about getting screened early.


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Bonding After Back Surgery
2/17/2015

Bonding After Back Surgery

Sitting down to dinner, getting out of bed or tying a shoe: They’re all simple acts that, until recently, David Johnson couldn’t do without grimacing in pain. Read More
Five Children, One Hospital
2/17/2015

Five Children, One Hospital

When Jill Allen was pregnant with her first child, there was never any question as to where she would deliver her baby. Read More
Every Minute Counts
2/17/2015

Every Minute Counts

Last January, while recovering from surgery on his left foot, Jim Linehan noticed swelling in his right leg. While he knew he should alert his surgeon, Dr. Christopher Walker, and his wife, Dottie Linehan, he didn’t. It ended up being an almost fatal mistake. Read More
Back To Saving Lives
1/28/2015

Back To Saving Lives

During a fire at the Lancaster Campground, Craig Spiller grabbed the heavy hose off of the fire truck and began to carry it toward the fire – just as the Lancaster Firefighter had done many times before. While trying to maneuver the hose, he heard a loud “pop” in his right shoulder. He immediately knew something was not right due to the pain and lack of mobility in his shoulder. Read More
Extinguishing Heartburn, GERD and Acid Reflux
1/28/2015

Extinguishing Heartburn, GERD and Acid Reflux

Whether it’s regurgitation, bloating, acid reflux or all of the above, one-third of U.S. citizens who live with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) know the meaning of the word discomfort.

That’s why more than 1,000 people have sought relief from the Fairfield Medical Heartburn Center in just two years. Read More
When Life Brings You Challenges, Kick Back
1/28/2015

When Life Brings You Challenges, Kick Back

Mother/daughter duo says their vascular surgeon at Fairfield Medical Center saved
their lives from two very different diseases.
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Back To Her Stride
1/28/2015

Back To Her Stride

One day, Pamela Jones would love to be able to walk around Cedar Point with her son and not have to worry about pain in her legs.

With the help of Dr. Krishna Mannava, board-certified vascular surgeon at Fairfield Medical Center, she’s optimistic that day will eventually come. Read More
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