Gundersen Magazine

Gundersen is published four times a year by Gundersen Health System. The information contained in the magazine is to educate consumers about various health subjects and is not intended to replace professional medical advice or service.

Summer 2015 issue

Gundersen Magazine Summer 2015 Issue
  • Teamwork tackles 'Brain Leak' diagnosis and treatment
  • It's time to break the stigma of mental illness
  • Screening catches De Soto woman's early stage lung cancer
  • Reassurance after a child's first seizure
  • Quality of life is new geriatric clinic's mission
  • Set screen time limits for your kids
  • Minimally invasive heart surgery by the numbers
  • The transformation of Danielle Lamb
  • Are you ready to be a healthier, more active family?
  • Love your mouth for whole-body health
  • Tapping into one of nature's best-kept secrets

Spring 2015 issue

Gundersen Magazine Spring 2015 Issue
  • Gundersen Orthopaedics helps biker pedal past injury
  • Gundersen first in the nation to reach energy independence milestone
  • Amazing kids deserve amazing care
  • We have a new way to your heart
  • Gold standard treatment for brain aneurysms
  • Apheresis helps retiree go from wheelchair to walking
  • Getting your kids interested in the kitchen
  • Are we really too clean?
  • Is stretching necessary before exercise?
  • Need help changing your habits? Try a wellness coach
  • Hospice is more than caring for the dying
  • Uterine Fibroid procedure 'gave me my freedom back'
  • Remodel delivers greater choice and comfort for childbirth

Personal health concerns should be brought to the attention of your physician or health professional prior to any change in medical treatment, exercise routine or diet.

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Gundersen Health System
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La Crosse, WI 54601

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