Linda Ruthemeyer

Dear Dr. Oz, On December 8, 2009, in preparation for double knew replacement surgery my husband, Tony, went to the doctor for his annual (and overdue) physical. Everything went fine until the doctor did an EKG. The test showed the onset of A Fib. The doctor wanted to...

Tom Haney

Dear A-Fib Sufferers, The following is an unsolicited testimonial to Dr. Randy Wolf and the Wolf Mini-Maze. For years I had battled A-Fib and had undergone the traditional procedures to treat the condition. This included medication, cardio version and cardiac...

Danny Carroll

Dear Nessie, I think about you more often than you know. I wonder how your son is doing. But mostly I am forever indebted to you and Dr. Wolf for the care you provided me during my surgery last May. I have been in the hospital several times for athletic injuries but I...

John Wilson

I am A fib and A flutter free and have been since October 2003 when I had a cardio version at OSU. I certainly am a proponent of the minimize procedure. It returned me to a quality of life I had before I was diagnosed with A fib. Various medications did not do the...

Joe Paita

Dear Dr. Wolf and Staff, I’m sitting here eating my breakfast, relaxed, in an excellent state of mind WITH A NORMAL HEART BEAT! You and your staff have given me back a normal life. From Aug. 6, 2006 (date of mini maze) my heart beat has been on target. I am...

Ian Mann

Dr. Wolf, I have not been on Coumadin since before the Mini-Maze. I had a bleeding problem about a year before the surgery. Because of my age and lack of other risk factors I felt and my Dr. agreed that it would be best if I came off the Coumadin. That was also one of...

Edwin D. Wilson

Dr. Wolf, You have performed two surgeries on me…a single by-pass in February 1997 and the Wolf Minimaze procedure March 18, 2005 to stop Atrial Fibrillation. Both these surgeries were apparently completely successful…and from my perspective, both were...

Dr. Michael Amorini

Doctor Wolf’s Mini-Maze procedure for atrial fibrillation has been a significant advancement in the treatment of this frustrating disease. About ten years ago, I developed sporadic atrial fibrillation and went through all the anti-arrhythmics, eventually...

Charles L. Miller

“My Battle With and Success Over Afib” by Charles L. Miller I am a 66-year-old male, retired US Air Force Heavy Jet Tanker/Transport pilot, with a long history of afib, and currently living in Cincinnati, Ohio. My afib doesn’t make me unique; there...

Pat Ziobro

Dr. Wolf and Nessie, I wanted to wish you both a very happy new year and good health. After Christmas in Texas with my family I thought about what was the best gift I had received this year. Besides spending the holiday with my family, I knew that I had just finished...