Young woman regains use of her right hand with reconstructive hand surgery

Katylyn is a 19-year-old female who was involved in a car accident which resulted in the traumatic amputation of her left index finger. She also had numerous glass shards in her hand. She had emergency surgery which left her with an unsightly index finger amputation stump. After discussion with the patient and her family members, … Continue reading Young woman regains use of her right hand with reconstructive hand surgery

Lechner Tackles the Tuck

A swimmer, paddle boarder, kayaker Chris Lechner’s enjoys all aspects of water and finds deep meaning in each adventure. He has shared a few of his adventures previously with Blue Ridge Outdoor Magazine. Now, he has completed a SUP first descent of the Tuckasegee River in North Carolina. The best part was that he shared the adventure with his sons … Continue reading Lechner Tackles the Tuck

Dabo Sweeney in Asheville for a fundraiser for WNC Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Dr. West was pleased to help bring Dabo Sweeney to Asheville for a fundraiser for WNC Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Coach Sweeney spoke to 1500 students, coaches, and business leaders at the Biltmore Church in Arden. As a presenting sponsor, Dr. West had the opportunity to meet with Coach Sweeney before the event and continues … Continue reading Dabo Sweeney in Asheville for a fundraiser for WNC Fellowship of Christian Athletes

4 Tips for Using Crutches the Right Way

Are you currently facing a surgery that will have you on crutches for several weeks and wondering how to use them properly? Or are you perhaps using crutches already after injury but are experiencing more discomfort than you’d like? In either case, it’s important to know how to use crutches safely. This will help you … Continue reading 4 Tips for Using Crutches the Right Way