"My right hip and foot had been numb for three months. My doctor recommended that I see a neurosurgeon. So I decided to consult with Dr. Jean-Marc Voyadzis at Calvert Memorial Hospital. When I talked to him, it reinforced my decision to go there.
Dr. Voyadzis teaches neurosurgery at Georgetown. I was impressed with his knowledge and professionalism. I had a lot of confidence based on his explanation. I chose to have minimally invasive spine surgery to remove my herniated disc because there is less scarring and a quicker recovery. The incision is only 1½ inches.
I got to the hospital at 6 a.m., had my surgery at 9:20 and went home several hours later and am now pain-free. That's amazing. I can't say enough good things."
- Ray Swyndle, Clinton, MD