Items Tagged ‘Dr. Carol Mangione’

Collaboration opens doors to health care careers for underserved teens

October 2, 2017

Collaboration opens doors to health care careers for underserved teens

By Amy Albin amyalbin

High school senior Genesis Morales thought she knew what she wanted to do with her future, but after completing a special Turner-UCLA Allied Health internship this summer her plans changed direction. “Previously, I was interested in working in substance abuse because I know people who have dealt with that and it’s a really difficult subject,” […]

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Tags: Allied Health, community engagement, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Dr. Carol Mangione, Dr. Kelsey Martin, Heart of Los Angeles, Lauren and Robert Turner, Turner-UCLA Health Allied Health internship


previous fracture of cpine in an accident 45 years ago.  Recent fracture of vertebral body due to running and/or accidental kick by psychotic patient

October 31, 2016

previous fracture of cpine in an accident 45 years ago. Recent fracture of vertebral body due to running and/or accidental kick by psychotic patient

By mr8418 mr8418

To anyone who has ever suffered with a vertebral fracture, you know the pain is unrelenting, radiating, disabling and painful beyond belief. My original injury was due to a fall from an amusement park ride back in the 70s. After nearly a decade, I was back to skiing, running and playing sports. 30 years later […]

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Tags: Dr. Carol Mangione, morphine, opiates, oxycontin, pain, patient stories, spinal fractures, surgery, vertebral fracture