Diagnosed with omphalocele, a rare abdominal wall defect, while still in the womb, Lila received a care plan at American Family Children's Hospital's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit that accommodated her parents' visual impairments.
12/06/2016 | Amazing Kids, Amazing Stories: Lila's Story
After sustaining a concussion, Liz continued to have headaches, neck pain and difficulty with concentration as well as an intolerance to cardiovascular exercise. UW Health Sports Rehabilitation helped Liz overcome her concussion symptoms and return t...
12/02/2016 | UW Health Sports Concussion Rehabilitation
UW Health pediatric urologists at American Family Children's Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin, provide complete diagnosis, consultation and surgical treatment in all areas of genitourinary diseases that afflict children, including innovative care for c...
11/23/2016 | Biofeedback Video Games Help Kids' Incontinence Issues
Born deaf, Lexi came to Madison and American Family Children's Hospital's Pediatric Ear, Nose and Throat program for cochlear implant surgery. The first words she heard after surgery were her mom's: "Hi, Lexi. We love you."
11/22/2016 | Music to My Ears: Lexi's Remarkable Story
Referred to American Family Children's Hospital after a leukemia diagnosis, Nathan achieved "rapid remission" after a chemotherapy regimen that included home care.
11/22/2016 | Nothing But Net: Nathan's Recovery from Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
Diagnosed with a heart condition at birth, Miles faced numerous surgeries and treatments before he was 9 months old.Our pediatric heart team and hybrid catheterization lab has helped him get back to being a kid.
11/22/2016 | Amazing Kids, Amazing Stories: Miles' Story
The Pediatric Sedation Clinic at the American Family Children's Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin, offers patients the opportunity to receive medications to alleviate pain and fear before a procedure.One of the procedures that may require sedation is an...
11/22/2016 | Getting an MRI Without Sedation
In the immediate aftermath of heart surgery at UW Health's University Hospital, Joe Servick followed a comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation routine that involved exercise and nutrition counseling. He says, "My life has changed for the better."
10/11/2016 | Healthy Stories: Joe Gets Healthier After a Heart Attack
Ben thought he had pneumonia. A University Hospital visit revealed atrial tachycardia, a rare and dangerous condition addressed by minimally-invasive cardiac surgery. Surgeons removed the right atrial appendage in less than an hour, and Ben was out o...
9/22/2016 | Minimally-invasive Surgery for Atrial Tachycardia
Beth had knee pain for almost a year, and the pain had increased markedly in the last few months. She met with UW Health orthopedic surgeon Richard Illgen, MD, to determine the proper course of treatment. After deciding on partial knee replaceme...
9/16/2016 | Partial Knee Replacement: The Patient Experience