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Spring 2019 Issue

Patient Stories

Roz Schnick with Hospice team

During heartbreak, Hospice lifts families

Roz Schnick's life turned upside down in 2011 when she learned her husband, Ron, had just months to live.

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teddy bear with cast

A helping paw

X-ray technologist examines teddy bear to calm patient.

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Joyce Jereczek with daughter

Remarkable heart surgeries yield remarkable results

Minimally invasive surgical techniques are changing heart surgery and the lives of people living with heart disease. Joyce Jereczek, 84, of Arcadia, Wis., says, "I can do everything now" after she had two remarkable heart procedures in 2018. Remarkable because both procedures were performed without cutting open her chest.

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Clayown Husmoen

All the comforts of home

Whitehall's Gundersen Tri-County Senior Living provides home-like atmosphere with amenities.

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Richard Turner with sons

Young father, husband recovers from colon cancer after sharing symptoms with doctor

People kept telling Richard Turner that he was too young. Despite some symptoms, could he really have colon cancer at 39?

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Reginald Hudson and Hannah Crary, exercise physiologist, work together to rebuild his strength after quadruple bypass surgery.

Heart strong

Blue River's Reginald Hudson credits Gundersen Boscobel Cardiopulmonary Rehab team with helping him regain strength after open-heart surgery.

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Diane Field with Mark Sullivan, PT, at Gundersen St. Joseph’s Hospital.

Dizzy with vertigo?

Diane Field stopped the spinning with vestibular rehabilitation.

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Mark Sollien with Elizabeth “Libby” Abbas, DO

Osteopathic care relieves debilitating shoulder injury

Decorah, Iowa, resident Mark Sollien started working with Elizabeth "Libby" Abbas, DO, at Gundersen Decorah Clinic after a devastating car crash in November.

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Holmen Clinic

Holmen Clinic expanding

Gundersen Holmen Clinic is expanding to meet the needs of a growing population.

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Today's research, tomorrow's cure

Without clinical trials, medical innovations wouldn't be possible. On any day, Gundersen Health System has about 125 clinical trials available for patients.

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Women's screenings: Take control of your health

Gundersen Health System recommends specific health screenings for all women to best manage your health and well-being.

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woman holding her lower back

Offering relief, close to home

Gundersen Tri-County Hospital and Clinics offers patients with cardiovascular conditions and chronic lung diseases programs that will improve their quality of life, close to home.

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Gynecology care available in Tomah

You don't have to live with conditions that impact your lifestyle, like incontinence or heavy bleeding. Gundersen has treatments available close to home for you and women of all ages in the Tomah area.

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Cardiac rehab: Get back on your feet faster

Regaining strength and stamina following a heart attack or heart surgery can be a challenge. But you don’t have to recover alone. Gundersen Moundview Hospital and Clinics offers cardiac rehabilitation, conveniently in Friendship, Wis.

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Specialty eye care offered in Moundview

Gundersen Moundview Hospital and Clinics is making sure patients have access to routine and specialty eye care by offering ophthalmology services in Friendship.

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Help for seniors dealing with depression

The Senior Life Solutions program offered by Gundersen Palmer Lutheran Hospital and Clinics is an engaging program for seniors who struggle with depression or anxiety.

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Back or neck pain? We'll walk the path with you.

Gundersen providers support you with compassion and expertise as you try different pain treatment options.

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Spring into hiking season on the right foot

Spring is finally here, and hiking season is, too. Hiking is a great way for family and friends to get active while enjoying the warm weather and the area's natural resources. Plus summer footwear suggestions.

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woman putting eye drops in her eye

Say goodbye to dry eyes

Dry eyes are a common and irritating problem. If you've experienced the burning and itching of dry eyes, all you care about is making it stop. Good news: there is relief!

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Hello, sunshine!

Get ready for summer and SAVE 25% on physician-recommended sunscreens and other professional SPF products.*

Available at:

  • Dermatology, Onalaska Clinic, Level 3: (608) 775-2382
  • Plastic Surgery & Aesthetics, La Crosse Campus, East Building, Level 5: (608) 775-1943

*Sale runs May 1, 2019, through May 31, 2019. Offer not combinable with other promotions.

man and woman out hiking

Getting your life back in step

An injured foot or ankle can make every day activities painful and difficult. A common lower extremity injury involves rolling, twisting or turning of the ankle.

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5 heart healthy foods

Top 5 foods that are good for your heart

Good nutrition is key to preventing heart disease. For food rich in heart-healthy nutrients select food in its natural form such as fresh fruits, veggies, lean protein and whole-grains.

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what to expect

We've taken steps at all our locations to keep you and our staff healthy and safe. Here's what to expect when you visit us.

Stay safe