Success Stories

    • Ashley Faircloth TaylorAshlee Faircloth Taylor is always on the go. When we first spoke with the 36-year-old Statesboro resident, she was busy juggling the demands of her three children (ages 12, 11, and 8) and planning her upcoming wedding to fiancé Benjii Taylor. But she wasn’t always this active. Just six months ago, Faircloth Taylor’s life had come to a standstill. Read more...
    • Father Joseph SmithIn early 2010, Father Joseph Smith, pastor of St. Anne’s Catholic Church in Richmond Hill, was facing a full calendar. Lent and Easter were fast approaching, along with a busy wedding season. It should have been a joyful time, but Smith’s quality of life was deteriorating. He was living with constant pain that extended from his shoulder blade to his right hand. It had gotten so bad he could no longer use his hand.  Read more...
    • Kelly HodgesCharles “Kelly” Hodges will go down in medical history. He was the first person in the United States to receive the Triumph® Lumbar Disc to replace a herniated disc. The artificial Triumph disc was surgically implanted by neurosurgeon James Lindley, Jr., at Memorial University Medical Center. Hodges doesn’t care that he’s a medical “first.” He’s just glad he can finally live his life without constant pain.   Read more...