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Published on Jun 19, 2014
Kady Wohlfarth was studying Restaurant Management at The University of Alabama when a cliff-jumping accident became a recipe for disaster. Tests showed traumatic damage to her first lumbar vertebrae (L1). A piece of broken bone was actually pressing against her spinal cord. Kady's injuries meant she might never walk again. Dr. Bryan Givhan, a neurosurgeon who practices at DCH Regional Medical Center, operated for five and a half hours and repaired her L1, and reinforced her back with two metal rods and eight screws. She's proof that at DCH we're not just treating injuries or illnesses; we're Caring. For Life.