Patient Stories

What kind of care does BayCare Clinic provide? That’s a story best told by our patients. Enjoy some of their success stories.

Karli’s story: Without wrist pain, she’s ‘the mom I want to be’

Karli knew her numb, weakened hand likely meant carpal tunnel syndrome. She sought out a new procedure, Thread Carpal Tunnel Release.

Mary Ellen’s story: Ankle replacement ‘best thing I ever did’

Mary Ellen's ankle pain kept her from doing what she loves. That’s why she had her left ankle replaced.

Deb’s story: Weight loss surgery ‘worth it’

Deb Obry had weight loss surgery to address several health issues. Today, she’s healthier and almost 100 pounds lighter.

Glen’s heart failure story: ‘Charlie’s got his angels and so do I’

When Glen had his second heart attack within a 10-year span, he received help from specialists at Aurora BayCare Medical Center’s Comprehensive Heart Failure Clinic.

Trevor’s story: ‘Proud’ of his dental implants

Dental implants gave Trevor LaRene back his bite. “That was a big deal,” he says.

Leanne’s story: 'All new me' after weight loss surgery

Leanne is thankful to have her life back after bariatric surgery.

Doug’s story: Toothache saved my life

Doug went to the ER with what he thought was a toothache. It was far more serious.

Mary’s story: Carpal tunnel procedure? 'It's for me'

“Since I’ve had the thread carpal tunnel procedure done, I don’t get that numbness and that tingling in my hands,” Mary Thoreson says.

Andrea’s story: ‘Wonderful' carpal tunnel procedure

Andrea Graham dealt with hand and wrist pain for 13 years. Thread Carpal Tunnel Release provided immediate relief.

Tina’s story: ‘Awesome’ therapy for overactive bladder

InterStim therapy gave Tina Melotte full control of her bladder – something she’s never had before.

Brandie’s story: Rare disk surgery is ‘amazing’

Brandie had been bothered by sciatica and near-constant back pain. Then she was diagnosed with a herniated disk. Then it got worse. Turns out, it was a rare condition.

Emily’s story: Saying goodbye to glasses

Emily was in third grade when she noticed she couldn’t see the blackboard in class. After multiple attempts with glasses, she learned about a treatment option that involved wearing contacts at night to be able to see without glasses during the day.

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