Dad’s still in the game after MS leads to hip surgery

[caption id="attachment_746" align="alignnone" width="300"]Kendrick Tate With his new hips, Kendrick Tate is able to play basketball with his son again.[/caption]Kendrick Tate picks up a basketball, slowly dribbles his way to the far side of the court just beyond the three-point circle. In one smooth, arching flick of the wrist, the ball strips the net. Whoosh!What’s better than a three-pointer with your 9-year-old son watching? Not much.“He’s the best shooter I know,” a grinning Preston McLeskey says of his Dad.“Good answer,” his father responds with a smile.

Parkwest orthopedic surgeon tackles rare joint disease [caption id="attachment_639" align="alignright" width="300"] Randall and Maryellen Duckett[/caption]Randall Duckett is going to walk his youngest daughter down the aisle this spring. Just two years ago, he was wheelchair-bound. “It had gotten to the point...

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