The opening of a new W Hotel elevates Costa Rica’s Reserva Conchal to elite status.
If new Broncos signal-caller Case Keenum can move the Broncos down the field the way he moves a golf ball down the fairway, the team will be in the hunt come January.
By Sam Adams
As Joe Sakic’s annual Sanctuary tournament helps to provide its 21-millionth meal for needy kids, the Sedalia club will pass an equally notable philanthropic milestone.
By Jon Rizzi
If you feel a twinge in your lower back while reading this, you may be among the more than 31 million Americans who suffer from back pain, according to the American Chiropractic Association. Experts estimate that up to 80 percent of us will experience some type of back problem at some point in our lives. Not everyone needs surgery to fix and alleviate back problems, but some people do.
Earlier this year, orthopedic surgeon Dr. Michael Madsen and his colleagues at the Spine & Total Joint Center at Sky Ridge Medical Center began using Mazor X, the most advanced robotic technology available to treat specific back problems. Here, Dr. Madsen tells us more about this surgical advancement.