Keith Davis, owner of Fleet Feet Sports in Winston-Salem, is as fit as they come. In the past two decades, the 43-year-old has completed 10 Ironman competitions, five marathons, and a host of other endurance races. Yet, despite his incredible health and fitness, Keith suffered a transient ischemic attack (TIA) or “warning stroke” out of the blue and was rushed to the hospital for treatment.
At first the cause of his TIA seemed a mystery, but the diligent physicians at Wake Forest Baptist were able to diagnose the problem. After surgery and a recovery period, they got Keith safely back to the life of fitness and family he loves.