Both of Tiffany Butler's parents had had heart problems. Still, she was surprised that she had a heart attack at the age of 32. Doctors found that she had a complex blockage in her artery, but with the help and hard work of David Daniels', M.D., staff, Butler was able to have PCI surgery. Today, Butler says she feels wonderful and like she has a second chance at life.
Terri Holybee and orthopedic specialist Robert Mayle, M.D., discuss how this procedure allowed Terri to keep doing the things she loves.
Keira was still in the womb when doctors discovered she had a heart defect. After birth, doctors at Sutter Health repaired the newborn's tiny heart.
Ian and Jennifer were overjoyed with the arrival of their first born, but at only a few weeks old he was diagnosed with a heart murmer.
When Elizabeth Hobbie's heart stopped, her doctors sprang into action — ultimately saving her life.
Brad Barber went from being close to death, to alive but severely disabled, to walking with a cane thanks to the Sutter Rehabilitation Institute.