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Weight Management Program Participation Makes Transplant Unnecessary

Weight Management Program Participation Makes Transplant Unnecessary

Diagnosed with a heart disorder, the medication Keith McCarter took caused him to gain so much weight he was removed from the transplant waiting list. Referred to the UW Health Medical and Surgical Weight Management program, he lost so much weight, h...
11/20/2014 | Weight Management Program Participation Makes Transplant Unnecessary

UW Health Sports Medicine Runners Clinic

UW Health Sports Medicine Runners Clinic

UW Health Sports Medicine Runners Clinic is designed specifically with the runner's needs in mind. Our team of professionals will provide expert assessment and treatment of your running-related concerns, including running and injury evaluations. ...
9/30/2014 | UW Health Sports Medicine Runners Clinic

Sports Medicine Cyclists Clinic Helps Injured Bikers

Sports Medicine Cyclists Clinic Helps Injured Bikers

Whether you are an avid cyclist, recreational rider, triathlete or commuter in Wisconsin, the UW Health Sports Rehabilitation Cyclists Clinic is committed to keeping you on the roads and trails. 
9/30/2014 | Sports Medicine Cyclists Clinic Helps Injured Bikers

Throwers Clinic Helps Young Pitcher Get Back on the Mound

Throwers Clinic Helps Young Pitcher Get Back on the Mound

UW Health Sports Rehabilitation's Throwers' Clinic helped Tyler Popke recover from a broken wrist and make sure he was using the correct throwing form when he returned to the pitcher's mound. 
9/30/2014 | Throwers Clinic Helps Young Pitcher Get Back on the Mound

Golfers Clinic Helps Golfer Find His Swing

Golfers Clinic Helps Golfer Find His Swing

Scott Meganck went from shooting in the low 80s to struggling to break 100 because of a shoulder problem. He came to the UW Health Sports Medicine Golfers Clinic looking to reclaim his game. Golfers Clinic trainers and physical therapists aren't...
9/30/2014 | Golfers Clinic Helps Golfer Find His Swing

UW Health Sports Rehabilitation Helps Dancer Return to Stage

UW Health Sports Rehabilitation Helps Dancer Return to Stage

A serious stress fracture in her tibia prevented Natalya from expressing herself through dance, something she's been doing since the age of three. The UW Health Sports Rehabilitation Dancers Clinic helped her get back on stage. 
9/30/2014 | UW Health Sports Rehabilitation Helps Dancer Return to Stage

American Family Children's Hospital Video Tours: Getting Here

The American Family Children's Hospital is located at 1675 Highland Avenue in Madison on the western edge of the University of Wisconsin campus. 
9/17/2014 | American Family Children's Hospital Video Tours: Getting Here

Pancreas Cancer Research at UW Carbone Cancer Center

Pancreas Cancer Research at UW Carbone Cancer Center

UW Carbone Cancer Center physician Emily Winslow, MD, is heading up a research project that seeks to identify risk factors for pancreatic cancer. The five-year survival rates of those diagnosed with pancreas cancer is only around 5 percent, sign...
8/25/2014 | Pancreas Cancer Research at UW Carbone Cancer Center

Aly Wolff and the Importance of Cancer Research

Aly Wolff and the Importance of Cancer Research

Diagnosed with neuroendocrine cancer at 19, McFarland's Aly Wolff used her final year to promote cancer research while undergoing treatment at UW Carbone Cancer Center. Support our research efforts at uwhealth.org/cancerdonation 
7/14/2014 | Aly Wolff and the Importance of Cancer Research

TAVR Procedure Helps Patients with Severely Damaged Aortic Valve

TAVR Procedure Helps Patients with Severely Damaged Aortic Valve

Diana's Story Diana Smith is a 92-year-old woman who is active both at home and in her community. She developed an aortic valve problem, but couldn't have open-heart surgery to repair the valve. However, Diana was able to undergo the TAVR proced...
7/02/2014 | TAVR Procedure Helps Patients with Severely Damaged Aortic Valve