News at MCOR

These Bugs Can Really Tick You Off!

The most common ticks that feast on humans in the United States are the Brown Dog tick, the Lone Star tick and the Blacklegged tick. They’re joined by the Groundhog tick, Gulf Coast tick, Rocky Mountain Wood tick, Soft tick and Western Blacklegged tick in making up the nine species of ticks found across the…
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Lecture Series: Spine Disorders & Treatment

Please join us Monday, Feb. 10, for a detailed and informative lecture about spine disorders and treatment by Dr. Ali Bydon, Clinical Director of the Spine Program at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. The lecture will take place at 5 p.m. in the Cultural Center Theater. The title of Dr. Bydon’s lecture is “Neurosurgery, Degenerative…
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Night Out: Arthritis, an Uphill Journey

Ladies and Men, please join us at 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 13, for an informative evening discussion about Arthritis presented by Michael Swartzon, M.D. Dr. Swartzon’s presentation, titled “Arthritis: An Uphill Journey,” will be held in the Medical Center lobby and followed by cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. It is our second and final Night Out…
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Lecture Series: Colon Cancer Update

Please join us at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28, for the next Medical Lecture in our seasonal series: “Colon Cancer Update: The Good News, the Better News and Some Cause for Concern.” The lecture will take place in the Cultural Center Theater. Speaker James Marion, M.D., Professor of Gastroenterology at New York’s Mount Sinai Medical…
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Welcome Back, Anastassia!

Therapist Anastassia Gibson is returning this season to the Medical Center’s Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Department. She has a special interest in working with orthopedic, sports and neurological patients. She believes in introducing first-class physical therapy services one patient at a time. Gibson received a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Florida International University…
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