When Dr. Jason George DeVries sees patients who complain of foot pain but may have any number of contributing conditions, he becomes a detective.
Wisconsin’s high school basketball player of the year, a UW-Green Bay recruit, made it through an undefeated season and won a state title. Then he had hip surgery.
Thank you for joining the 2016 Get Your Rear in Gear
After having bariatric surgery to lose weight, you can’t eat whatever you want. But you may be pleasantly surprised to learn what remains on the menu.
Katelyn Peterson is back to running, biking and cross training after having three knee surgeries in five years.
Thank you for your support of the second annual Get Your Rear in Gear-Green Bay presented by Aurora BayCare Medical Center. Now we’d like to know about your race-day experience.
Gynecomastia isn’t a life-threatening condition, but it often affects daily life for men. Some opt for cosmetic breast reduction surgery.
Three months after ankle fusion surgery, Doug DeValk of Kaukauna went back to work at his Combined Locks tavern and resumed hiking, rock climbing and coaching.
There’ll be lots to do during the second annual Get Your Rear in Gear-Green Bay on Saturday, Aug. 6 on the Aurora BayCare Medical Center campus.
There will be plenty of parking for Get Your Rear in Gear-Green Bay on Saturday, Aug. 6.
In two days, you’ll join a couple hundred others bring attention to a serious and seldom-discussed health issue – colon cancer.
If you crave unhealthy food, don’t gorge yourself. Instead, distract yourself with something healthy. That’s what our Dr. William Witmer did.
Not sure if your child is having trouble seeing? One of the best ways to ensure your child has healthy vision is with regular, thorough eye exams.
BayCare Clinic is proud to support the community through the BayCare Clinic Foundation, a non-profit organization created to promote specific causes and organizations.
Those midday Packers training camp practices are the ones at which you’ll want to protect your skin against too much sun.
Can’t run or walk it? Try volunteering for the August 6 Get Your Rear in Gear 5K
The second annual Get Your Rear in Gear 5K run/walk is next week. By now you should be pretty well trained and raring to go. In the meantime, we’ve got some advice on how to at least look prepared on race day.
The second annual Get Your Rear in Gear 5K is days away. If you plan to participate but have yet to train, there’s still time. If you’re not sure how to start training, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
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