Rockford Spine Center joins health care leaders across the country in recognizing June as National Scoliosis Awareness Month. A tree on the property along Perryville will be decorated with more than 250 bows representing the patients who were treated for scoliosis in the past 12 months.
Physical Therapist Phil Oliveri demonstrates a few simple posture exercises while discussing the important role correct posture plays in our everyday health.
Physical Therapist Phil Oliveri discusses the integral role correct posture plays to our current and future health.
Dr. Marie Walker sits down (but not for long) with Andy Gannon of WIFR's The Morning Blend to discuss "sitting disease." Dr. Walker talks about how sitting for too many hours in a day can have a negative impact on our health. She also talks about some tips to avoid the bad effects.
WREX ran a story about a new awareness campaign for "sitting disease." It's not a medically recognized condition, but the impact of sitting is creating some serious medical concerns for people. Dr. Marie Walker shared some insight and tips with WREX.
Dr. Michael Roh, partner and orthopedic spine surgeon at Rockford Spine Center, is honored to be included in the new Rockford Art Museum exhibit Exposed: Akerlund, Hampton, Nordlof. Exposed focuses on the photographic passions of three local photographers, Nels Akerlund, Brian Hampton and Bradley Nordlof, whose varied techniques and backgrounds represent the diversity and style of photography today.
Dr. Roh is featured among Akerlund’s work, which portrays local residents in their day-to-day environment.
The Rock River Times shared the news of our method to reduce post-surgical infections gaining the attention of surgeons across the country.
A new method created and tested at Rockford Spine Center for lowering post-operation infections in spine surgery patients is getting the attention of surgeons across the country. The spine surgeons at Rockford Spine Center concluded a 10-year study in 2011 and the overwhelmingly positive results were published in the medical journal Spine. Now, two years later, other surgeons are adopting the method and launching their own confirmation studies.
Dr. Michael Roh shares his insight on how surgical advancements have lead to more productive workers in the April 2013 issue of the Rockford Chamber Voice. He also highlights some common back surgery myths.
Dr. Fred Sweet shares a little about his personal life in the Rockford Register Star's Get to Know Me column.
Dr. Fred Sweet offers his thoughts on the most helpful marketing tools to attract patients in this article on Becker's Orthopedic, Spine and Pain Management Review online.
Rockford Spine Center is featured in the current issue of All About Executives magazine. The magazine highlighted RSC as a comprehensive care facility where patients can receive all of the care they need under one roof.
Dr. Fred Sweet and his patient Julia Dayton were interviewed on WIFR-TV. Julia started a local chapter of The Curvy Girls, a support group for girls with scoliosis. Dr. Sweet operated on Julia in the summer of 2012, correcting her spine from a 77 degree curve.
Dr. Michael Roh will take part in the Rockford Chamber of Commerce People You Should Know talk series. He will discuss common myths about back surgery on Wednesday, February 13 from 12 to 1 p.m. at Rockford College. Dr. Roh was named one of the 21 People You Should Know in 2011.
Click here to learn more about the event and how you can register.
Join Dr. Fred Sweet at a free community health care talk on common spine conditions and possible treatments. Dr. Sweet will also answer questions from those in attendance.
The event will be held Saturday, February 23 from 9-11 a.m. at Rockford Spine Center, 2902 McFarland Road, 2nd Floor, Rockford, IL 61107. Please RSVP to Krystal at 815-316-6873.
Dr. Michael Roh has earned the national Talk of the Town Award for customer satisfaction. He earned a 5-star rating as a result of customer feedback on various online rating websites.
Dr. Michael Roh of Rockford Spine Center is interviewed on the WTVO morning show with Ben Hutchinson. He discusses winter injuries and how to stay safe while shoveling, skiing and sledding.
Dr. Fred Sweet is interviewed on WIFR The Morning Blend on Friday, January 11 with Andy Gannon. He discusses winter injuries and how to prevent them.
The Rockford Chamber of Commerce January Voice newsletter featured the physicians of Rockford Spine Center. The Voice included Rockford Spine Center's Patients' Choice Awards in the member news section.
Dr. Michael Roh was interviewed on the WREX program 13Cares on Sunday, December 9. He discussed the history of Rockford Spine Center, recent awards and recognitions, commom conditions and treatment options.
The December issue of the Rockford Chamber of Commerce Voice newsletter features two recent Rockford Spine Center announcements including the physicians being named to the IceHogs Medical Network and Dr. Fred Sweet being named as a Naval Spine Surgeon Leader in Becker's Orthopedic and Spine Review.
The physicians of Rockford Spine Center have each earned Patients' Choice Awards - an honor only held by five percent of active physicians.
The physicians of Rockford Spine Center have joined the Rockford IceHogs medical network. Dr. Michael Roh, Dr. Christopher Sliva, Dr. Fred Sweet and Dr. Marie Walker will serve among the secondary medical network as the team's orthopedic spine specialists.
Rockford Spine Center is pleased to announce Dr. Fred Sweet is listed among 20 Naval Spine Leaders in Becker's Orthopedic and Spine Review.
Dr. Michael Roh performed minimally invasive spine surgery on Jeff Anderson. Jeff shares the outcome of his surgery and Dr. Roh discusses the case in this video story.