Bruce Somers of Marion Station is a pretty fortunate guy, as he was once described by an Emergency Department physician as “the patient closest to death that I’ve ever treated who still made it through.”
Passion and dedication. 68-year-old Ralph Greene of Nanticoke, Maryland will tell you he has both. His golf game-at a 30 handicap-is equal parts dedication and frustration. His passion, however, is his Harley, which he’s ridden for 53 years and in all 50 states.
In February of 2007, Terry Rowe began to have sciatica, a shooting pain that ran from her low back down her left leg all the way to her toes. Even after visits to her primary care physician, an orthopaedic doctor and a chiropractor, “The thought of standing in line at the grocery store or the post office was enough to make me cringe,” she said.