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Leader Hopes to Inspire Others After Surviving Cancer

Leader Hopes to Inspire Others After Surviving Cancer

July 16th 2021

Robin Yoder just can’t pull herself away from her art studio. The stained glass artist always finds one more shard to add.  "Everything broken can be pieced back together into something beautiful,” the Chesterfield woman said. Yoder is no stranger to handling the shattered.

“I like doing the glass because you…

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Fourth of July Hours

Fourth of July Hours

June 28th 2021

IN ORDER TO ALLOW OUR STAFF TO ENJOY THE HOLIDAY AND THEIR FAMILIES, OUR OFFICE WILL BE OPEN UNDER MODIFIED HOURS:
FRIDAY, JULY 2, 2021: 8:30A.M. - 1:00P.M.
MONDAY, JULY 5, 2021: CLOSED
WE WILL RESUME NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS ON TUESDAY, JULY 6, 2021 AND LOOK FORWARD TO SERVING YOU. …

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Inspirational Amputee Takes On Cycling Challenge For Local Children’s Hospice

Inspirational Amputee Takes On Cycling Challenge For Local Children’s Hospice

June 25th 2021

UNE Grinstead, from Chichester, who had her leg amputated as a result of a car accident, has set herself the challenge of cycling the Caledonian Way to raise funds for Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice.

June said:

“My story began with a car accident when I was 17, and it…

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US Soccer Player Makes Amputee World Cup Team

US Soccer Player Makes Amputee World Cup Team

June 10th 2021

It’s the most popular sport in the world — the game of soccer. It also happens to be Musa Nzirnwo’s favorite sport. And with footwork like his, it’s easy to see why Musa is one of the best amateur soccer players in Central New York.

But Musa’s story is far from…

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Amputee Becomes Award-Winning Athlete With VA's Help

Amputee Becomes Award-Winning Athlete With VA's Help

May 11th 2021

Marine Veteran Richard Alcaraz (pictured above) has a new outlook on life. After receiving care through VA’s Community Care Network (CCN), he has become a competitive athlete.

Alcaraz suffered from severe dermatological issues causing his prosthetic leg to be nearly unusable. He began to lose hope he would live a…

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Physician: Orthotics Can Help Patients With OA

Physician: Orthotics Can Help Patients With OA

April 20th 2021

Knee osteoarthritis accounts for about 80% of the burden of OA worldwide, and published studies show it contributes more than $27 billion in health care costs annually.

The increasing costs of health care coupled with increasing knee OA prevalence may lead to a tremendous societal economic burden in the future,…

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Oklahoma Student Begins Prostheses Awareness Campaign

Oklahoma Student Begins Prostheses Awareness Campaign

February 25th 2021

A medical student at Oklahoma State University is doing his part to raise awareness about losing limbs and prosthetics. 

Samuel Shepard is teaming up with Oklahoma City group “Limbs for Life.” He will spearhead a social media campaign that starts Monday.

“If we get everybody to share and kind of…

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Double Amputee To Walk Another Marathon For Charity

Double Amputee To Walk Another Marathon For Charity

February 12th 2021

A double-amputee who raised almost £10,000 after being inspired by Captain Sir Tom Moore "to get off her butt" is fundraising again in his memory. Last year, Maisie Catt, from Mirfield, West Yorkshire, walked 26 miles over 10 days in her garden after seeing the Army veteran's fundraising efforts.

After news…

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We Are Always Looking For Ways To Better Communicate With Our Patients

We Are Always Looking For Ways To Better Communicate With Our Patients

February 11th 2021

We have just implemented a new software program called Solution Reach. It's integrated with our practice management software and is a communication program between our patients and us directly to manage appointments. It's an automated appointment confirmation program that also allows us and our patients to communicate via text, email…

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Man Who Lost Legs In Iraq War Joins Police Force

Man Who Lost Legs In Iraq War Joins Police Force

January 4th 2021

A military veteran who lost both of his legs during his service in Iraq realized his dream Friday as he was sworn in as a police officer in Fort Worth. Zach Briseno, 35, who grew up in Fort Worth, is now a double amputee. But on Friday, Briseno was part…

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