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Groundbreaking Bracing Technology

Exos® is a revolutionary, thermoformable technology, offering an adjustable and reformable solution addressing various pathologies for upper extremity, lower extremity, and spine. The Exos advanced technology allows a clinician to mold the brace directly to the patient for the best possible fit, comfort and stabilization. 223 more words


Guard Your Fundamental Basis - Pay attention to Your Important Feet

It happens to be a very annoying feeling once the very foothold of your person is uncomfortable. Folks don’t shell out enough care about the particular issue that can get them moving forward and will keep these people erect right up until there is a difficulty. 263 more words


Defend Your Essential Footing - Care for Your Precious Feet

It can be a rather irritating feeling in the event the very platform of your person doesn’t feel well. People don’t pay out adequate awareness of the one point that will may get them going and will keep these individuals erect till you will find there’s situation. 276 more words


Guard Your Essential Foundation - Care for Your Important Feet

It can be a particularly annoying feeling once the very foothold of your person hurts. Folks don’t pay adequate awareness of the very point that will will get them moving about and maintains these folks erect right up until there exists a situation. 273 more words


Halfway Done, with Interruptions

Well, week #2 at Nutmeg’s Summer Intensive didn’t got quite as planned – Es ankle didn’t cooperate with her. Not doing anything particularly strenuous, in a technique class, sharp shooting pains started all over her outer and rear tendons. 384 more words

Summer Intensive

Back From the Doctor's Appointment

I’ve been back from the vascular surgeon appointment for a little over 90 minutes.

Truth of the matter is I’m numb inside.

The news is pretty bad, and I’ve now got some decisions to make. 37 more words


Literature Update: Options for Treating Ankle Arthritis

OrthoBuzz occasionally receives posts from guest bloggers. This guest post comes from Christopher E. Gross, MD, in response to the May 18, 2016 JBJS Specialty Update on Foot and Ankle Surgery… 515 more words