Dr. Frank Williams

Dr. Frank Williams believes he became a neurologist at just the right time. “It’s an exciting time to practice neurology,” he says. “I feel like the field has advanced rapidly over the last few decades. There’s so much research and diseases that were once considered untreatable [that] we’re now finding answers for.”

Michael Weaver, MD

Dr. Michael Weaver has been performing cardiothoracic surgeries in the New Orleans area for over twenty years. He takes a two-pronged approach: he stays on top of all medical advances so that he can offer his patients the best of what is available, and he takes the time to educate his patients so that they […]

Paul Spring, MD

Dr. Paul Spring treats cancers of the head and neck. He began his career with medical research that contributed to several breakthrough discoveries. Nowadays he prefers to work directly with patients, and specializes in malignancies and benign surgical conditions of the head and neck.

Guy R. Orangio, MD

In September 2012, the LSU Health System welcomed its first colorectal surgeon, Dr. Guy Orangio. One of only 1200 colorectal surgeons in the U.S., Dr. Orangio treats colon, rectal and anal cancer, as well as inflammatory bowel disease, severe constipation, fecal incontinence and fistulas.

Kathy R., Uptown

Over the past few months, I have gained weight and feel sluggish all the time. My hair is more brittle than usual and I just feel “off.” A friend recommended having my thyroid checked. What do you recommend?