Ron Moss: Two new shoulders. One new me.

A rare genetic disease caused Ron Moss' shoulder joints to gradually deteriorate. As his condition worsened, he lost the ability to even tie his shoes or brush his teeth. Ron consulted an orthopedic surgeon on the medical staff at his local Baylor Medical Center. He learned he was a candidate for a full shoulder replacement, a procedure he didn't know existed. Ron had his right shoulder replaced, followed by the left shoulder a year later. Physical therapy while in the hospital started him on the road to recovery. "Baylor treated me as a whole person, not just a joint to be replaced. Without Baylor, I don't think I would have the quality of life I have now."