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Saginaw Neurosurgeon Gerald R. Schell named prestigious Spirit of St. Vincent Award Recipient

November 19, 2011

St. Mary’s of Michigan Foundation is pleased to announce Saginaw Neurosurgeon Gerald R. Schell, M.D.  and the late family practice physician James T. Keyes as the 2011 recipients of the Spirit of St. Vincent Award. The Spirit of St. Vincent Award is presented annually to at least one highly respected physician who has rendered long and Read More

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U-clamp, screws keep man’s head on his body

January 20, 2014

By Scott Davis SAGINAW, MICH. — Harry Hagadorn shouldn’t have survived. In a tumble down his basement stairs , the 48-year-old completely separated his skull from his spine, although his spinal nerves remained intact. Doctors weren’t hopeful. “In almost all of these injuries, people die at the scene,” said Dr. Gerald Schell, a neurosurgeon at Read More

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High-tech back surgery gets fallen trapeze artist up and walking

January 20, 2014

by Jill Armentrout | The Saginaw News Wednesday January 21, 2009, 8:13 AM Circus performer Yelena Yust fell 30 feet and broke two vertebrae during a show last week, but a new kind of back surgery means one day she will take to the trapeze again. Next time, however, the aerialist says she’ll use a Read More

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Surgeons on Performing Cases in ASCs (National Publication)

January 20, 2014

Outpatient Spine Surgery: 5 Surgeons on Performing Cases in ASCs Written by  Laura Miller | Thursday, 26 December 2013 08:06   Five spine surgeons discuss the opportunities for performing spine surgery in outpatient ambulatory surgery centers and where they see the field headed in the future.   This article is sponsored by Amendia.   Q: How has technology Read More

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