Bill Walton, former two-time NBA champion and Hall of Fame athlete was in Chicago to kick off the new Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush Minimally Invasive Spine Institute with spine surgeons Dr. Frank Phillips and Dr. Kern Singh. Dr. Phillips and Dr. Singh are recognized worldwide for their advancements in the field of minimally invasive spine surgery.
Bill Walton, who had 36 orthopedic surgeries, but whose life of pain changed for the better after minimally invasive spine surgery, made an appearance on "Windy City Live," ABC 7, with host Ryan Chiaverini and Val Warner; and was on ESPN Live with radio personalities Tom Waddle and Mark Silverman during the "Waddle and Silvy Show." Walton also met with referring physicians, owners of athletic training centers and workers' compensation managers.
Dr. Frank Phillips (left) and Dr. Kern Singh pose for a picture with two-time NBA Champion Bill Walton during the kick-off party for the MOR Minimally Invasive Spine Institute
Bill Walton, two-time NBA champion, was on two ESPN radio shows discussing his orthopedic injuries and how minimally invasive spine surgery changed his life.
Two-time NBA superstar Bill Walton signs a basketball for host Ryan Chiaverini, host of "Windy City Live," show on ABC7 in Chicago. Bill was on the show during his whirlwind tour through Chicago to open up the Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush Minimally Invasive Spine Center.
Two-time NBA champion Bill Walton, flanked by Tom Waddle (left) and Mark Silverman, was on the ESPN "Waddle and Silvy" show talking about his spine surgery and the opening of the Minimally Invasive Spine Institute.
NBA star Bill Walton tells his story of successful spine treatment during a seminar to kick off the Minimally Invasive Spine Institute at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush
NBA champion Bill Walton tells guests about his minimally invasive spine surgery at dinner for the new Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush Minimally Invasive Spine Institute