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    Back to Life After Back Pain

    Back to Life after Back Pain

    When a member was reminded of the services and benefits provided to her through an email from 2nd.MD, she reached out for a second opinion about her local doctor’s proposed treatment plan of a lumbar decompression for her back pain.

    The member was paired with a top neurosurgeon who reviewed her proposed surgery and educated her about more conservative options. Since the member’s pain had improved, the 2nd.MD specialist suggested she discuss with her treating physician the possibility of foregoing the surgery.

    The member expressed appreciation for having the opportunity to consult with a neurosurgeon who, in her opinion, had a different insight from that of an orthopedic surgeon. She decided to cancel her surgery and pursue conservative options. 

  • Infant
    Success Stories

    Above and Beyond for Infant Son

    Haley was greatly concerned when her few-days-old infant son displayed symptoms of respiratory distress and lethargy. She was also concerned about possible seizure activity and the appearance of jaundice in his…

  • Diagnosed Breast Cancer
    Diseases & Conditions

    Breast Cancer History

    Debra was diagnosed with breast cancer at 36 years of age. Considering her family medical history and her own diagnosis, she underwent a bilateral mastectomy (removal of both breasts) and had…

  • Adjuvant Chemotherapy
    Diseases & Conditions

    Adjuvant Chemotherapy

    Alice had been receiving adjuvant chemotherapy for metastatic clear cell ovarian cancer. After restaging, her local doctor recommended starting treatment with Nivolumab and Ipilimumab. Alice and Shawn wanted to confirm if…

  • Back on Track
    Diseases & Conditions Success Stories

    Back on Track

    In 2018, Sarah was diagnosed by her pediatrician with exercise-induced asthma after a fainting episode at track practice. In a short period of time, Sarah experienced two more fainting episodes and…