Ladies and gentlemen, Elvis has left the building--under his own power.
That's Ray Guillemette, billed as the world's only bionic Elvis impersonator, who played a one-night stand last month at John Ascuaga's Nugget Hotel & Casino in Sparks, Nev.
It might sound like the kind of place one might expect to see the King, but it was the site of Hanger Prosthetics & Orthotics' annual trade show. Guillemette performed on a C-Leg, Hanger's new computer-controlled prosthetic, less than a year after he lost his left leg to a drunk driver.
Now that Guillemette's back, don't step on his blue suede shoes.
Spell checkOsteopathic physicians have worked for years to raise awareness of their profession and distinguish themselves from other types of practitioners.
And then, faster than one can say (or spell) "osteopathic ophthalmologist," the Cleveland Academy of Osteopathic Medicine, a local affiliate of the American Osteopathic Association, perhaps invites confusion.
In a Feb. 6 press release, the academy encouraged people of all ages to be examined for glaucoma. "Your eye care professional will screen for vision and eye problems," it says.
Like an optometrist? That's O.D., not D.O.