Madlyn Del Grande and Rocky Oakley had different symptoms but the same problem: Atrial fibrillation was running their lives. Del Grande's heart would start racing irregularly out of nowhere, while Oakley would have episodes of irregular heartbeats that got worse over time. The care both women received at Sutter Health helped them lead normal lives again.
After a Cub Scout activity paralyzed den leader Matt Metcalf from the neck down, he had to have spinal fusion surgery and learn to walk again.
Santa Rosa resident Julian Lifschiz, DDS, recovers from a heart attack and thanks the medical team with saving his life.
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Ian and Jennifer were overjoyed with the arrival of their first born, but at only a few weeks old he was diagnosed with a heart murmer.
After living with painful varicose veins for decades, Mark is now golfing all 18 holes thanks to a minimally invasive procedure.
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