Dwight Howard, a professional basketball player for the National Basketball Association, is recovering well after undergoing surgery for a herniated disc in his back.
The Orlando Magic forward, who has been deemed an All-Star, suffered from a herniated disc in his lower back due to playing basketball. This injury forces Howard to be sidelined for the rest of the season as well as the summer Olympics.
He had arthroscopic surgery for his herniated disc, and he is hopeful to complete the recovery phase in a four-month time frame. He believes that he will make a full return to the game and that his back injury will not be an issue in the next NBA season.
Herniated discs can occur as a result of lifting heavy materials or other repetitive motions. If you have suffered from a herniated disc due to a work-related incident, please contact the Detroit personal injury lawyers of Ravid & Associates, P.C., by calling 866-644-6587 today. accesorios pulsera pandora accesorios pulsera pandora accesorios pulsera pandora
Yesterday, hundreds of people appeared at Martin Luther King, Jr. High School to participate in Detroit’s Martin Luther King Day march.
The 3rd annual march is sponsored by Detroit Public Schools. Both students and adults were in attendance to celebrate the legacy of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Inside the school, volunteers registered students turning 18-years old before the November presidential election to vote.
Some of the event attendees noted that Martin Luther King, Jr. had a special connection to the city of Detroit. The first reading of his famous “I Have a Dream” speech was given at Cobo Hall in Detroit in 1963. In addition, every year, King gave a sermon at Central United Methodist Church in Detroit.
The Detroit personal injury lawyers of Ravid & Associates, P.C. are happy to announce the success of yesterday’s MLK Day march. Read more about the event by clicking here. pandora pendientes pandora pendientes pandora pendientes
Several recent holiday events in Michigan not only focused on celebrating the holidays, but also giving back to the community and those in need.
For example, last week, the Borgess Medical Center in Kalamazoo hosted an event to light their Tree of Love. The tree has been a tradition at the hospital for 25 years. People were able to make a donation and sponsor a light on the tree to recognize loved ones. The proceeds of the event are used to fund breast cancer screenings for women who do not have health insurance.
Also last week, local marines and police officers hosted the 10th annual Shop with a Hero event. The event pairs a law enforcement officer or marine with a kid and together they go shopping for the holidays.
Lastly, the Michigan Humane Society in Detroit is promoting a campaign called “12 Days of Catmas.” The campaign encourages Michigan residents to consider animal adoption during the holidays. In cold weather months, the Human Society find the most homeless animals.