Open heart procedure keeps active ‘senior’ independent

Ted Clark is what you might call a “young 81.” The Greenville resident lives on his own, and enjoys playing golf and exercising. So he was concerned when he noticed his energy levels dropping in the spring of 2014.  “I was feeling tired a lot, and didn’t have much get-up-and-go,” he remembers.  “I just figured

Reid physicians work as a team to restore patient’s heart health

Jim Mickschl was a picture of good health.  “I was working out four or five times a week,” said the 73-year-old, who lives in Connersville.  “I was able to do everything I wanted.” But Jim knew he had to keep an eye on his heart.  “I was born with a deformed heart valve, although I

Heart scan proves inexpensive life saver

 Heart CT Scan Leads to Life-Saving Surgery David Jay thought he was the picture of health—until an inexpensive heart CT scan at Reid Heart & Vascular Center told him otherwise. David, who lives with his wife in Arcanum, has always been fit and active. Part of his routine involves getting regular check-ups and participating in workplace health screenings. Aside