“It makes an absolutely huge difference,” Nicholas said. “You go from not being able to do anything without going to the bathroom, to being able to live your life.”
“It’s unbelievable,” his mother, Ann Stockero, said. “He told me in the last week of trial, ‘Mom, I’m normal again.’
In the United States, between 25 million and 45 million people suffer from irritable bowel syndrome. For many of these people, nothing helps alleviate the pain and discomfort. That is until Katja Kovacic, MD, a pediatric gastroenterologist at Children’s Wisconsin, developed a groundbreaking new treatment that uses tiny jolts of electricity.
Read the full story in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Marianna Valadez reflects on her time growing up on Milwaukee's south side and what the new Forest Home Clinic will mean to that community.
New Forest Home Clinic will open to patients on Monday, June 20.
Funding will increase chairs at the Milwaukee campus dental location from 13 to 20.
A breakdown of what we know, what’s been announced and what’s to come with the COVID-19 vaccine and young kids.
Dr. Cindy Schwartz shared how drug shortages can create an ethical dilemma for her colleagues across the country.
The episode highlights the pediatric mental health crisis and the unique ways Children's Wisconsin is addressing it.