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Waterville
Clinic
212 E. Lake St., Waterville, MN 56096
  • Hours:
  • Mon-Wed:8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Fri:8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Due to a scheduled power outage in the city, we will be closed on Monday, Jan. 14 and open on Thursday, Jan. 17.
    Clinic hours subject to change on holidays.

What’s Happening in the Community

What is urge incontinence, and how is it treated?

Urge incontinence — the loss of bladder control — is a sudden, intense urge to urinate followed by an involuntary loss or urine. Treatment options range from conservative to more invasive.

Susan Johnston, P.A.-C. By Susan Johnston January 10, 2019

12 tips for managing teen acne

Acne is a common condition faced by many teenagers, and can cause embarrassment and distress. Helping your teen with these 12 tips for acne management can make this time less stressful and decrease the long-term effects of acne.

Manjunatha, M.D. By Manjunatha January 4, 2019

The art of kindness

Kindness is a quality of being. The act of giving kindness is often simple, free, positive and healthy.

Steve Siegle, L.P.C. By Steve Siegle January 3, 2019

Gratitude challenge participants find new appreciation for life

Focusing on gratitude can help you find new appreciation for life. Learn how practicing gratitude impacted two community members' lives. What might gratitude do for you?

December 31, 2018

Diabetes: Definition, prevention and warning signs

The topic of diabetes becoming a serious concern in the U.S. is nothing new. The good news is that Type 2 diabetes, which accounts for the vast majority of diagnosed diabetes cases, can be delayed or even prevented. And if you’ve already been diagnosed, you may be able to manage the condition with a healthy lifestyle and without medication.

Allyn Wergin RDN By Allyn Wergin December 31, 2018

Plan ahead to make the most of your health care visit

A visit with your health care provider can be overwhelming if you're not prepared. There are a few things to consider before, during and after your visit, though, so you make the most of the visit.

Zachary Merten, M.D. By Zachary Merten December 26, 2018

Tips for healthy eating in a hurry

With many of us in a hurry these days, finding the motivation to cook a healthy meal at home can be difficult. However, learning some shortcuts in the kitchen can make keeping your health on track quicker and easier and prevent you from grabbing the first thing you see or going out for fast food.

Kristi Wempen RDN By Kristi Wempen December 20, 2018

Preparing kids for the flu shot: Tips for parents

 With peak cold and flu season here, a local health care expert has some helpful updates and reminders for parents to be aware of, especially with the Holidays approaching.

Jennifer Marr DNP By Jennifer Marr December 19, 2018

Hard work, determination help woman prepare for successful knee surgery

For over a decade, Ann Statz endured substantial knee pain that restricted her activity. Her weight kept surgery out of reach. Learn how determination helped her overcome that hurdle.

November 26, 2018

Feeling fantastic after minimally invasive heart valve surgery

When James Tembrock, 73, of St. Cloud, Minnesota, learned he would need heart valve surgery, he says he never dreamed his search for a less-invasive option would lead him to Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

November 8, 2018

Rainbow baby brings joy after long journey to parenthood

Stephanie and Nick Beaudrie, D.O., never gave up hope that they would have a healthy baby. They share their story of heartache and joy having experienced three pregnancy losses before welcoming their son, Owen.

October 22, 2018

Palliative, hospice care ease transition for terminally ill man

Jim Moessner was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. He managed it well, and lived a normal life for decades. But then everything changed.

October 18, 2018

Regular mammograms, 3D imaging lead to early breast cancer detection

Jan Jenswold was just going in for a routine mammogram. She had no family history of breast cancer, so she wasn't worried. But a 3D mammogram showed something concerning.

October 17, 2018

Back on the field, calling the shots

Nicholas Oeltjen, 24, was no stranger to shoulder pain. So when he heard a pop and a crunch while lifting weights, he immediately knew something was wrong.

October 15, 2018

Weight loss, knee surgery have man living active lifestyle

The need for knee replacement surgery prompted Mike Leduc to lose 100 pounds. With determination and the help of a maintenance program, he's kept the weight off and is active again.

October 10, 2018

Modern miracle: Treatment advances keep cancer in check

It was science meeting faith for Kurt Jacobson, who could forgo traditional chemotherapy for his cancer thanks to new targeted therapy treatment.

October 5, 2018