This section contains a collection of blogs written by Medical College of Wisconsin physicians, exceptional staff from Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin programs or patients.
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Our BlogsINERTIA: A Therapist's Thoughts
Physical therapist Griffin Ewald, MPT, extends his very hands-on occupation to the blogosphere. He shares his thoughts on rehabilitation, exercise and wellness.
The Nerve Center
Vicki Conte is the Community Outreach Coordinator in the Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin Neurosciences Center. She writes about news and events happening within the center and shares inspiring patient stories.
Pearls of Prevention
Lisa Hass-Peters, BA, RN, provides tips and insights from her "home" in the Emergency Department to keep you from visiting her.
Reflections in a Head Mirror by Dr. Bruce Campbell
Bruce Campbell, MD, FACS, Medical College of Wisconsin otolaryngologist, writes about quality of life issues for cancer patients.
Archived BlogsMoving Forward
Bradley Hiner, MD, Karen Blindauer, MD, and Katie Spangler, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin neurologists, team up to cover a range of topics regarding movement disorders.
Sexual Healing by Dr. Margarita Kressin
Margarita Kressin, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin urologist, writes about sexual and fertility issues.
Thoughts from the Happy Fat Guy by Scott Youngblood
Scott Youngblood is blogging about his journey as a bariatric surgery patient. As he puts it, Scott "has struggled with his weight for a lifetime and is now beginning the process of doing something about it."
What Healthy People Do by Dr. Bob Gleeson
Bob Gleeson, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin internist and director of the Executive Health Program, puts together a collection of pearls of prevention, nuggets of healthful information, and funky tidbits from the media, all targeted to help all of us live healthier lives.
Last Review Date: April 18, 2011
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