This Month’s Topic
Survivorship & Recovery
Someday, advanced care may be needed to save your life. We’ll spend every other day making sure you’re living it well.
Is it Time to Consider a Joint Replacement?
By David N. Vegari, MD
A common misconception is that you should wait to consider a joint replacement until you’re unable to walk. But in most cases, you should start ...
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Getting Back to Full Health After a Heart Attack
By Marwan Badri, MD
A heart attack is a life-changing event. But there’s good news: with proper rehabilitation and lifestyle changes, it’s possible to bounce back to full health. ...
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“When you’re a patient at one of our hospitals, health centers or physician offices, you’re not a number or a chart; you’re an individual who can expect personalized and compassionate care.”
- Jack Lynch, President & CEO of Main Line Health
Returning to exercise after a heart attack
You know that living a healthy lifestyle after a heart attack is important but, when ...
Returning to sports after an ACL injury: is it possible?
Knee injuries in athletes are the second highest among all sports-related injuries and account for ...
Neurological rehabilitation helps mind and body recovery
Neurological rehabilitation uses modern technology and advanced treatments to support patients’ physical and social well-being ...
Great Care Is Equitable Care
By Jack Lynch
Main Line Health is dedicated to understanding the unique needs of our patients and ...
Walking Toward a Healthier Lifestyle
By Elizabeth Daly, MD
Just like most exercise routines, the hardest part can be getting started. Here are ...
Lending support after a cancer diagnosis
If a loved one has recently been diagnosed with cancer, it can feel like the elephant in the room.Read More »
Ask a researcher: How do you reduce your heart disease and stroke risk?
Every year, about 600,000 people die of heart-related problems.Read More »