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Keys to success in the CMS PGP Demonstration

2011-08-12 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 2m 15s

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The National Farm Medicine Center at the 2011 Wisconsin Farm Technology Days

2011-07-14 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 4m 4s

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Your family health history can help Marshfield Clinic doctors provide personalized care.

2011-01-17 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 14m 1s

Your family health history can help Marshfield Clinic doctors provide personalized care.…

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Telehealth provides specialty care to patients in rural locations who might otherwise have to travel great distances for their care.

2010-12-01 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)

Telehealth provides specialty care to patients in rural locations who might otherwise have to travel great distances for their care.…

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Womens' Wellness presentation "I'm Stepping Out", understanding your feet and how to select proper footwear

2010-11-12 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)

Womens' Wellness presentation "I'm Stepping Out", understanding your feet and how to select proper footwear…

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Men who suffer from male incontinence have several options to live life dry

2010-11-09 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)

Men who suffer from male incontinence have several options to live life dry…

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2010-2011 Influenza season is just getting started

2010-10-20 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 10s

Dr. Edna DeVries discusses what the health care professionals at Marshfield Clinic are recommending to help you stay healthy this flu season and what you can expect from the H1N1 strain of influenza this year. …

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Solutions for Erectial Dysfunction

2010-10-14 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 22s

Richard Roach, MD is a urologist seeing patients in Minocqua and Eagle River. For the millions throughout the world suffering from ED, life can be far from normal. With such a huge focus being placed on pills and temporary solutions in recent years, this condition is often regarded as a normal, untreatable part of aging. Dr. Roach hopes to open up the important dialogue about this condition and it's permanent surgical solutions. …

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Delivering health care and dental care to the poor and undeserved.

2010-09-29 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 30s

Marshfield Clinic recently opened their seventh dental center in Wisconsin. The dental centers are a joint effort of the Family Health Center (FHC) of Marshfield, Inc. and Marshfield Clinic. Greg Nycz, Executive Director for FHC, talks about the level of need for dental services to the poor and underserved populations of Wisconsin. He also discusses the rationale and plan for building a new dental school in Marshfield, WI. …

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Your doctor can help you discover breast cancer clical trials available at Marshfield Clinic.

2010-09-07 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 15s

Dr. Michelle Kolton Mackay is a radiation oncologist who sees patients at St. Michael's Hospital in Stevens Point and St. Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield. Her passion for treating women with breast cancer stems from the personal experience of observing her Mother as she battled the disease. During this podcast she discusses how research has shaped current treatment protocols, what a patient should expect during their clinical trial and what questions a patient should ask before getting involved in a research protocol. …

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Wisconsin is going smoke free. Are you?

2010-07-03 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 10s

Wisconsin is going smoke free on July 5th, 2010. Dave Scheuer, a health educator at Security Health Plan, talks about the reasons people fail when attempting to quit smoking and what resources are available to them to make their next attemp a successful one. …

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Symptoms of heart attack in women vary greatly compared to men.

2010-04-22 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)

"Why normal isn't normal" was the title of Dr. Roy' Health tals about heart disease, the number 1 killer of women. Yet, many women are not aware of their risks or the warning signs, and often the disease is misdiagnosed. Dr. Roy will share the latest research that could save the lives of the women in your life.…

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Bike Helmet fitting at the Merrill Children's Festival

2010-04-16 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 1s

Spring has come a bit early this year. For many that means time to dust off the roller blades and pump the bike tires with air and get out for some exercise. One often overlooked piece of equipment this time of year is a bike helmet. In this video Marshfield Clinic staff demonstrate how a helmet should fit. Helmets are only effective if they are sized correctly and worn properly. Be sure to review all the instructions from the helmet manufacturer.when sizing and fitting your helmet. …

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A minimally invasive approach to treating brain aneurism and stroke

2010-02-17 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 30s

Vivekananda Gonugunta, MD, FRCS, Marshfield Clinic neurological surgeon describes , two minimally invasive endovascular procedures that can save the life of someone who has experienced stroke or brain aneurism. …

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Destination Wellness: Your Personal Map for Preventive Care

2010-01-26 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 39s

Roslyn McKay, N.P., WHNP, APNP, will present “Destination Wellness: Your Personal Map for Preventive Care.” With all of the conflicting information in the media, McKay will map out a timetable for various tests and examinations. She will explain the importance of keeping health care appointments when it comes to addressing a current health issue, diagnosing a health concern, and maintaining good health in women of all ages. …

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National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers awards Marshfield Clinic 3 year accreditation.

2009-12-23 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 15s

At Marshfield Clinic breast cancer treatment plans are designed on a per patient basis using a multidisciplinary approach. This approach has led to a 3-year accreditation from the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC). Dr. Jessica Wernberg from the Marshfield Center breast clinic took some time to explain what the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers is. During the interview, the hotly debated recommendation on mammography by the US Preventative Services Task Force was addressed. Dr. Wernberg reestablished the Clinic’s position on mammography for women and offered some insight into why the task force may have made such a recommendation. …

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H1N1 in Central and Northern Wisconsin

2009-11-20 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 17s

Marshfield Clinic’s Dr. Rana Nasser, Physician Director for infection prevention and control and Infection Preventionist, Sharyn Juneau appeared on AM 550 WSAU Wausau on Friday, November 20. The topic was H1N1 and the talk discussed the vaccine, the current spread of the disease throughout the Central and Northern parts of Wisconsin, thoughts on how to avoid getting the disease, and preventing the spread the disease.…

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Healthtalk: Understanding Alzheimer's Disease

2009-11-09 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 36s

Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia were the topic during a Healthtalk presentation at Marshfield Clinic Minocqua Center. Tom Gabert M.D., Internal Medicine, began the presentation from his perspective as a primary care physician and defining dementia. Mary Forester, D.O., Neurology, followed Gabert to discuss the testing methods used to arrive at a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease. Forester continued by discussing what interventions have proven to stall the progression of Alzheimer’s type dementia. Strategies to help care givers cope and manage patients who are suffering from dementia were addressed by Gabert and Julie St. Pierre from the Alzheimer’s Association. …

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Dr. Ed Belongia discusses H1N1 influenza part 2

2009-10-27 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 29s

Part 2 of 2. Dr. Ed Belongia recently appeared on “Insight” a local radio program on AM 1450 WDLB Marshfield. The focus of the conversation was H1N1 influenza. Part 2 of the program discussed; the warning signs associated with H1N1 that should prompt people to go to the doctor, when the H1N1 vaccine becomes available how will it be administered and who is paying for the vaccine, the difference between this H1N1 virus and the swine flu of 1976, Guillain Barre syndrome, the myth associated with consuming pork products.…

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Dr. Ed Belongia discusses H1N1 influenza part 1

2009-10-27 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 29s

Part 1 of 2. Dr. Ed Belongia recently appeared on “Insight” a local radio program on AM 1450 WDLB Marshfield. The focus of the conversation was H1N1 influenza. Part 1 of the program discussed; pandemic flu, how the H1N1 virus is affecting people, why H1N1 is affecting a younger population then the normal seasonal flu, the effectiveness and safety of the vaccine, how Marshfield Clinic is working with the CDC on measuring the vaccine’s effectiveness, the stability of the virus and whether or not it is changing and what personal preventative protection measures individuals can use to stall the spread of the virus. …

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How the CMS PGP demonstration changed one doctor's daily practice of medicine.

2009-10-02 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 16s

Dr. Kori Krueger explains how the innovative team approach of care for patients with chronic conditions such as, diabetes and hypertension, at Marshfield Clinic effects his day to day practice and has an overwhelming positive effect on the patients he treats. The innovations that were driven by the CMS PGP Demonstration represent the current shift in health care from a fee for service payment model to a value driven outcome improvement model of payment.…

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How do you save the federal government $48 million over three years? More on the CMS PGP demonstration.

2009-09-02 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 21s

On August 17th, 2009 the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced that after three years of participation in the Physician Group Practice Demonstration - Marshfield Clinic saved the federal government over 48 million dollars. The first logical question then is how? Providing that answer is Dr. Karl Ulrich President and CEO of Marshfield Clinic. …

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Home care for children and adults tool at www.marshfieldclinic.org and validating health information on the Web

2009-08-10 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 13s

According to the Pew Internet and American Life Project 2 out of 3 adult American internet users have looked for answers to a specific disease or medical problem. Today’s podcast discusses a tool located on Marshfield Clinic’s Health and wellness library, called Home Care for children and adults, which is accessible from the Clinic’s homepage www.marshfieldclinic.org. And how you can evaluate health content and resources you find on other web sites. …

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Pregnancy 101: Preconception counceling through stretch marks

2009-07-02 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 5s

Dr. Melissa Stoffel of Marshfield Clinic's Weston Center provides valuable insight on preconception counseling, the practice of getting a woman as healthy as they can be prior to getting pregnant, and describes what women should expect during and post pregnancy.…

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Staying Healthy in Tough Economic Times: Part 2

2009-06-01 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 7s

In part two of the podcast series "Staying Healthy in Tough Economic Times" Marshfield Clinic dietician and nurse practitioner Trina Ford examines the many ways you can save money at the grocery store and maintain or even improve your health.…

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Staying Healthy in Tough Economic Times

2009-05-15 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 11s

Marshfield Clinic recognized that as the economy softened so would the usage of medical services. But at what costs? Short term gains by cutting doctor visits can adversely affect their long term health goals. This is one of the reasons that a group of physicians, dieticians and staff of business counselors designed a presentation called “Staying healthy in tough economic times.” In this first in a series of podcasts addressing patients' difficulty balancing budgets and health care Dr. Tom Gabert offers advice on how to maximize your time with your physician, how utilizing generic drugs for prescriptions can add up, and how to avoid some common traps often presented by marketers of prescription drugs and nutritional supplements.…

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Sun poisoning or sun allergy are common ways to refer to Polymorphous Light Eruptions

2009-05-08 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 12s

Marshfield Clinic dermatologist, Dr. John Melski, answers questions about a spring time skin condition that is commonly refered to as sun poisoning or sun allergy. The real cause, polymorphous light eruption, is somewhat rare and very treatable, but can cause alarm for patients experiencing it for the first time.…

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Swine flu sets the Epidemiology Research Center at Marsfield Clinic Research Foundation into motion

2009-04-29 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 7s

The recent swine flu outbreak and it's declaration as a public health emergency has set the health care industry into full motion. Dr. Ed Belongia, M.D. senior epidemiologist/director at the Epidemiolgy Research Center at Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation, discusses what the current investigation approach is, what the State of Wisconsin and Marshfield Clinic are preparing for and how you as an individual can prevent the spread of the virus to family, friends, and co-workers. …

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Marshfield Clinic allergists define allergy injection therapy or allergy immunotherapy

2009-04-10 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 13s

Allergist, Dr. Marshall Cusic, Jr. discusses allergy injections or allergy immunotherapy, as a method to treating allergies. Seasonal allergies can range from a minor nuisance to a dangerous asthmatic event. One thing is for certain, that the pollens that cause these reactions will begin to appear in our area very soon.…

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Marshfield Clinic staff discuss childhood obesity trends

2009-04-01 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 38s

"Weighs" to help your kids; is a presentation about strategies families can take to help fight the increasing population of children that are considered obese or borderline obese. During the program you will learn the deference between obesity and overweight and how the two terms are sometimes used interchangeably. Jay Halminiak recommends exercise and activity levels for kids to help build lean muscle and strong bones. He also suggests numerous strategies you and your kids can take to become more active. Jamie Meyer follows Jay with a discussion about proper nutritional needs for young growing children. She provides an in depth look at the new food pyramid, which has changed dramatically over the last few years. She will also give you concrete examples on why making healthy food choices at meal times and snack times has a tremendous impact on fighting childhood obesity. …

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Marshfield Clinic patients discuss their experience with gastric bypass, Roux-en-Y, surgery

2009-03-19 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 14s

Brother and sister, Doug and Rhonda, discuss their weight loss experience one year after their Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgeries. During this candid patient testimonial Doug and Rhonda talk about post operative pain, dietary restrictions as a result of gastric bypass surgery, the resulting increase of energy due to their weight loss, and dumping syndrome, a common manageable side effect of gastric bypass surgery.…

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Strep Throat: symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and complications

2009-02-16 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 9s

Rare but serious complications can occur in patients dealing with the common bacterial infection known as strep throat. Marshfield Clinic pediatrician Vicki Viegut talks about the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, contagiousness and complications that can arise in patients with step throat.…

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Pertussis or whooping cough prevention, immunization, and treatment

2009-01-16 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 14s

Marshfield Clinic Infection Preventionist, Sharyn Juneau and Dr. Rana Nasser, Physician Director for infection prevention and control, discuss pertussis or as it is more commonly referred to, whooping cough. The discussion talks about when you should see a doctor and what course of treatment the doctor may choose. Whether you suspect you or someone you know has contracted the disease or has come in contact with someone who has the disease and how to prevent the spread, within your household, family, work environment and schools.…

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Bluetooth® hearing aid technology is available at Marshfield Clinic

2008-12-18 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 8s

Marshfield Clinic Audiology now offers hearing aids that are compatible with Bluetooth® technology. By using Bluetooth® enabled hearing aids, people who are affected by hearing loss can enjoy many of the latest audio devices like iPods, and cell phones that many of us already take for granted. Christine Albertus, Au.D, CC-A from Marshfield Clinic Minocqua Center specializes in the development, anatomic physiology and pathology of the auditory system; determiniation of the type and degree of hearing impairment and its effects on comprehension and speech; and implementation of preventative or rehabilitstive services. Christine explains the differences between analog, digital and Bluetooth® enable hearing devices.…

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Healthy Solutions® program by HMR offered at Marshfield Clinic

2008-12-10 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 22s

Healthy Solutions® by HMR is offered at Marshfield Clinic and can help you lose 20 to 30 pounds in just 12 weeks. In a addition the weight loss program offers an extensive weight maintenance program that stays with a person to either assist them in losins a few more pounds or keep them at their ideal weight. The participants in this weight loss program are to eat 5 cups of fruits and vegetables a day along with two of the Healthy Solutions® shakes and three prepared meals. If that isn't enough HMR's slogan of more is better helps people stay on track.…

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Effective weight loss programs by HMR offered at Marshfield Clinic

2008-10-31 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 14s

Short term weight loss programs are effective but often allow a person to go back to their old habits after the diet ends. This causes them to put it all that weight, and more, back on. A medically managed weight loss program offered at Marshfield Clinic can help you lose significant amounts of weight. In a addition the weight loss program offers an extensive weight maintenance program that stays with a person to keep them at their ideal weight.…

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Bariatric surgery at Marshfield Clinic

2008-09-30 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 30s

There's no debate that obesity in America is a serious problem. Scan the bookstores, newspapers, TV and radio stations and you're sure to find mention of the problem almost as frequently as you'll find a proposed solution. For many who are affected by this chronic illness simply dieting to get to a healthy weight doesn't work. Bariatric or gastric bypass surgery is a tool that can assist a patient in getting to a healthy weight. The results speak for themselves.…

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We Inspire, Nurture, and Give Support

2008-08-30 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 27s

WINGS is the chosen accronym for a new cancer survivorship program at Marshfield Clinic. Mindy Gribble, R.N. defines the program as We Inspire, Nurture, and Give Support. It is designed to help people who have been diagnosed with cancer and their support network deal with all aspects of their care from diagnosis through the remainder of their life. Mindy's task as the cancer survivorship coordinator is to build the cancer survivor network throughout the Marshfield Clinic service area. During this episode she provides details about the foundations for the program, what it has meant to those involved, and where she anticipates the program in the future.…

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Marshfield Clinic physicians named in US News and World Reports Top 25 Hospiatals

2008-07-31 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 12s

A long lasting partnership between St. Joeseph's Hospital and Marshfield Clinic is one of the many reasons that U.S. News and World Reports Magazine recently named Ministry Health Care's St. Joeseph's Hospital as one of the Top 50 Hospitals in the United States for performing ear, nose and throat procedures. Dr. Andrew Urquhart of Marshfield Clinic discusses the award and what it took to get there.…

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Breast Cancer a patients journey from diagnosis to cure

2008-07-30 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 18s

Marshfield Clinic's Kelly Noreen and Julene Diedrich, Nurse Practitioners, talk about breast cancer issues from early risk evaluation to diagnosis, treatment and survivorship. Each persons journey through the process is unique but knowing what to expect can greatly reduce the anxiety often associated with breast cancer.…

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Emphasis is on fruits and vegetables in new Choose My Plate icon

1969-12-31 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 10s

June 2nd, 2011 marked a new era in how we visualize our diets as First Lady Michelle Obama introduced the new “my plate” symbol and choosemyplate.gov website to replace the somewhat confusing food pyramid. How will this shape your diet and is the new plate design going to be useful for people that are interested in eating a healthy diet? …

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WIAA State Basketball kicks off with Super Tuesday. Join Marshfield Clinic in the festivities.

1969-12-31 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 8s

The WIAA State Basketball tournament kicks off in earnest Tuesday, March 15th. Dr. Laurel Rudolph, Medical Director Sports Medicine, describes the partnership between Marshfield Clinic, WIAA, and the student athletes that participate in high school sports as an honor and privilege. Rudolph also talks about the latest trends in athletic training, and the Sports Medicine Departments new e-newsletter, Sports Wrap. We want to know what you love about the state tournament. Join the discussion at Facebook.com/MarshfieldClinic …

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Using audio and mental imagery to treat chronic pain and sleep disorders.

1969-12-31 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 9s

According to the International Association for the Study of Pain, the definition of pain is: “an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage”. Dr. Marilyn Dean, Psychologist at Marshfield Clinic, discusses her use of audio, specifically calm soothing music combined with her verbal instructions to treat patients who suffer from long term or chronic pain. To learn more about the audio files ised by Dr. Dean visit www.marshfieldclinic.org/relaxation. …

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Skin cancer screenings at the 2011 Wisconsin Farm Technology Days

1969-12-31 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 2s

Donald Miech, M.D., talks sbout the risks of skin damage that is unique to farmers at the 2011 Wisconsin Farm Technology Days held at Seehafer Acres north of Marshfield, WI on July 12 - 14, 2011. …

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TeleHealth at the 2011 Wisconsin Farm Technology Dayss

1969-12-31 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 5s

Nina Antoniotti, R.N., M.S.N, Director of TeleHealth at Marshfield Clinic describes TeleHealth to visitors at the 2011 Wisconsin Farm Technology Days held at Seehafer Acres north of Marshfield, WI on July 12 - 14, 2011. …

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Cancer Survivors Celebration Friday, August 5, 2011

1969-12-31 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 5s

Mindy Gribble, WINGS cancer survivorship program coordinator, talks about the 2011 Cancer Survivors Celebration to be held in Marshfield on Friday, August 5. Larry S. Cockerel, author, will provide the keynote “Six Reasons to Keep Living and Enjoying Your Life”. The American Cancer Society Relay for Life is scheduled to kickoff immediately following the survivors celebration.…

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Interpreter Services at Marshfield Clinic

1969-12-31 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 1s

Interpreter services at Marshfield Clinic are meeting the demands of growing Hmong and Spanish populations in Central and Northern Wisconsin. Melina Kolbeck speaks about the interpreter services program and all the interpretation services that they provide to patients on a 24/7 basis at the 2011 Wisconsin Farm Technology Days held at Seehafer Acres north of Marshfield, WI on July 12 - 14, 2011.…

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The National Farm Medicine Center at the 2011 Wisconsin Farm Technology Days

1969-12-31 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 4s

Steve Kirkhorn, M.D., discusses some of the unique occupational hazards that the National Farm Medicine Center has tried to address with programs like the FARM clinic and AgriSafe at Seehafer Acres north of Marshfield, WI on July 12 - 14, 2011. …

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AmeriCorps is accepting applications for 2011 - 2012 program year

1969-12-31 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 15s

Marshfield Clinic AmeriCorps is accepting applications for the 2011- 2012 program year. Brian Blahnik, AmeriCorps Program Manager, speaks about the opportunities and challenges faced by AmeriCorps members, the application process, and the benefits of becoming an AmeriCorps member. …

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Your family health history can help Marshfield Clinic doctors provide personalized care.

1969-12-31 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 14s

Health care professionals, like genetic counselor Christana Zaleski, have known for a long time that common diseases like some heart irregularities, a portion of breast and colon cancers as well as numerous rare disease often run in families and can be due to inherited causes. Understanding your family history and sharing that information with your doctor can help your doctor provide an accurate risk assessment, and take precautionary steps to help keep you and your family healthy. …

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Telehealth provides specialty care to patients in rural locations who might otherwise have to travel great distances for their care.

1969-12-31 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)

Telehealth services at Marshfield Clinic serve patients who might otherwise need to travel great distances to get the care they need. Dr. Nina Antoniotti, Director of Telehealth Services, discusses the history of telehealth and telemedicine, how Marshfield Clinic is deploying telehealth in our service area, what patients think of this technology, and what future developments we may see in the coming years. …

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Womens' Wellness presentation "I'm Stepping Out", understanding your feet and how to select proper footwear

1969-12-31 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)

Mary Repking, physical therapist at the Merrill Center, presented "I'm Stepping Out" during a recent Womens' Wellness Event in Weston. The program deliverred information on how to select footwear based on the mechanics of your foot. Repking defines flat feet, high arched feet, overpronation and supination. She continues her talk with how shoes are manufactured and what to look for when shopping for a shoe.…

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Men who suffer from male incontinence have several options to live life dry

1969-12-31 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)

Richard Roach, MD is an urologist seeing patients in Minocqua and Eagle River. He describes the types of incontinence and some of the many solutions available to men including placing an artificial urinary sphincter. This outpatient procedure is the gold standard solution for men who suffer from moderate to severe urinary incontinence. …

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Caregiving: The Emotional Journey

1969-12-31 :: corpcomm@marshfieldclinic.org (John Tracy)
Length: 45s

Edward Krall, M.D., M.S., recently gave a presentation to a group of women at a recent Ladie's Night Out Event at the Weston Regional Medical Center. He descibes what he refers to as the five phases of caregiving: choosing to be a caregiver, admitting you need help, surviving day to day, I can't do this anymore, saying goodbye and recovering. …

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Marshfield Clinic Patient Listening

Patient Listening is a pod cast service of Marshfield Clinic designed to give patients information about services and programs offered at Marshfield Clinic centers throughout Wisconsin. Topics range from support group meeting schedules to meeting the specialized doctors of Marshfield Clinic to hear them speak about the latest procedures they offer.

Marshfield Clinic Patient Listening


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