Dr. Ragle and his wife, LuAnn, enjoy time together in Holmes County three months after his surgery
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Dr. Ragle rests in the recovery room after his operation
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Dr. Ragle sits with a metal “frame” around his head to help surgeons map out the main incision and where to drill the holes
After years of debilitating tremors and muscle spasms from Parkinson’s disease, one Cedarville University professor found life-changing relief this summer that has him playing guitar again for the first time in seven years.
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Weinstein, Mark D., "A Time to be Thankful: Parkinson’s Surgery Brings Back Life for College Professor" (2020). News Releases. 1225.