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The Walks for Cancer are scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, May 2, at Field Park in Mukwonago, Fowler Park in Oconomowoc and Frame Park in Waukesha. Registration opens on Feb. 1
Clinical trials give eligible patients at ProHealth Care in Waukesha County access to cutting-edge treatments that could improve their quality of life and longevity.
ProHealth Care has enrolled its first patient in a national clinical trial for those with heart failure. The trial will evaluate the survival and quality of life using CardioMEMS.
Bill Jaehnert, 69, had the TAVR procedure in August 2019. After his surgery, he completed a series of cardiac rehabilitation sessions and is pleased with the results.
Pediatric rehabilitation professionals treat children for a variety of conditions. An infant may have trouble feeding. A toddler may need therapy to learn how to walk or speak effectively. A child who uses a ventilator or a teen injured in an accident may need longer-term services.
To help prevent the spread of influenza and other viral illnesses, children under the age of 12 will not be allowed to visit the neonatal intensive care units at ProHealth Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital and ProHealth Waukesha Memorial Hospital.
Visitors will get to see what’s been happening behind the construction barriers on the ProHealth Care campus in Mukwonago when the main entrance and lobby open on Dec. 18.
ProHealth Care is the first in the state to offer advanced wireless therapy for women with incontinence
Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder. It is best to see a physician about insomnia when the problem persists over a period of weeks, when it affects your quality of life, and when you start to worry about your sleep. The earlier you report the problem to your primary care physician or a sleep specialist, the sooner you can get back to normal sleep.
The east entrance is under construction. The parking structure will remain open and the building can be accessed from the first floor of the structure. Valet parking is only available at the west entrance.
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