What kind of care does BayCare Clinic provide? That’s a story best told by our patients. Enjoy some of their success stories.
After having both hips replaced, Teri Wallenfang can do everything she likes to do, including walking, shopping and yoga. All without pain.
“I’m doing things I haven’t done for years. I’m 80 and I feel like I’m 50,” Sandra Eklund says after getting a new mitral valve in her heart.
Bob’s doctor urged him to get a coronary calcium scan. “If he wouldn’t have asked for that, my husband would be dead right now,” Bob’s wife says.
“I feel like I have a lot more confidence,” Danielle Morton says after having jaw reconstruction surgery with Dr. Courtney Anderson.
“I just knew I had to get to the hospital. And I needed to have something done as soon as possible. I know with a stroke, if you don’t get to the doctor soon enough, what happens to you isn’t very good.”
After a BayCare Clinic orthopedic surgeon repaired a torn quadriceps muscle, Timothy Fuerst didn’t have to think twice about getting down on a knee to propose to his girlfriend.
“I’ve never had a problem since I had it done,” Evelyn Knopp-Hilton says of her anterior hip replacement surgery.
Katie almost died on Christmas Day 2015. A year later, she's “doing really well.”
“This is the way to go,” Jim Huven says after our innovative thread carpal tunnel release procedures eased stinging pain in his hands.
Roger Griinke sprained his ankles hundreds of times. A new left ankle ended all that.
Pat Saladin had triple-bypass heart surgery. Three months later, he ran 3.1 miles in a triathlon.
“It was cool that they were all women,” Tammy Servatius says of the Aurora BayCare specialists who treated her breast cancer.
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