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Orthopedics Patient Stories

Paul Bloyer

Orthopedic specialty services help Boscobel man get back on his feet

When Boscobel resident Paul Bloyer discovered he could have knee replacement surgery and rehabilitation in his hometown at Gundersen Boscobel Area Hospital and Clinics, he stopped his search for the perfect facility.

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Greg Myhre

Physical therapy in Caledonia keeps Myhre moving

Greg Myhre is grateful he has access to physical therapy close to home with Caledonia's Orthopedic Clinic.

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Jim Eggerichs

Life renewed following total knee replacement

Fifty-four-year-old Jim Eggerichs, of Onalaska, feels years younger following his total knee replacement surgery at Gundersen Health System.

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New knees—new lease on life

Today, Renee can walk as far as she pleases—with no pain, no worries and no hesitation.

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Total knee replacement helps outdoorsman get back to nature

Dan Borgwardt is back to hiking - with no limitations - following total knee replacement.

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Where surgical innovation gets you back in the game

Sixty-two year old Gary Gamoke loves to golf. But severe knee pain made it nearly impossible to swing the club, let alone walk the course.

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Where surgical excellence gets you back in the game

Life threw Rick Boyer a curveball in 2012. He suffered a severe rotator cuff tear while pitching baseball in a Florida tournament. It was the culmination of years of wear and tear.

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Surgery helps Tomah woman get back on her feet

For Marlene Kamrath of Tomah, pain was simply a part of her daily life. Arthritis in her knees made activities most of us think nothing of extremely difficult for her.

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New knee has La Crosse man dancing for joy

After more than 50 years of square dancing, 80-year-old Dean Peterson's painful right knee had slowed him down, but he was not ready to hang up his dance shoes.

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There's no need to shoulder the pain

Beverly Olson's injuries altered the function of her shoulders and over the ensuing 25 years, led to an arthritic condition known as cuff-tear arthropathy.

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'He didn't let me down'

Valentine's Day 2010 is one Rebecca Bauman will probably never forget. The day started like many others. She set out with a small group to snowmobile from Tomah to Cashton for lunch, but Rebecca didn't make it to the restaurant.

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