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Dr. Robin Logan Internist Recommends iWALK2.0 to Orthopedists

Dr. Logan, a Missouri based internal medicine physician, knew that recovery from a heel bone fracture would not be easy on his professional and personal life. Getting around while keeping weight off his injured foot was mandatory for this busy doctor. Doing rounds each day is a big part of his responsibilities to his patients, … Continue reading Dr. Robin Logan Internist Recommends iWALK2.0 to Orthopedists
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Dr. Elmo Agatep Skeptical Doctor Puts iWALK2.0 to the Test

Dr. Agatep, a board certified MD in Orthopedics and sports medicine, among other disciplines, prescribes crutches all the time – even to his most active patients, including the USA women’s volleyball team. Following standard protocol, he did the same with a patient who suffered a foot injury and was unable to bear weight on her … Continue reading Dr. Elmo Agatep Skeptical Doctor Puts iWALK2.0 to the Test

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Dr. Andres M. Perez Foot and Ankle Surgeon Back to Work in 3 Days

Nobody knows the prognosis of a serious ankle or foot injury better than Dr. Perez, an Orlando, Florida-based foot and ankle surgeon. The words, “four to six weeks of non-weight bearing activity” have come out of his mouth more times than he can count, so you can imagine his dismay when he seriously injured his … Continue reading Dr. Andres M. Perez Foot and Ankle Surgeon Back to Work in 3 Days

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Dr. Duane S. Pinto Busy Harvard Cardiologist Gets Back to OR with iWALK2.0

Dr. Pinto, a practicing interventional cardiologist who performs multiple surgeries each week is a very important person to his patients. Performing complicated heart surgeries is no joke, and Dr. Pinto recognized that he wouldn’t find many of his patients laughing when he revealed that he would have to postpone surgery or recommend a different surgeon … Continue reading Dr. Duane S. Pinto Busy Harvard Cardiologist Gets Back to OR with iWALK2.0

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Dr. Clark Jennigan iWALK2.0 Equals Excellence in this Orthopedic Surgeon’s Mind

Dr. Clark Jennigan is beginning to wonder why so many patients with lower leg injuries such as a broken ankle, fractured foot, or ruptured Achilles tendon, are still hobbling around on crutches. Jennigan, an orthopedic surgeon from South Carolina, put iWALK2.0 to the test after surgery resulting from a plafond fracture in his lower leg. … Continue reading Dr. Clark Jennigan iWALK2.0 Equals Excellence in this Orthopedic Surgeon’s Mind

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Dr. Jim Sears Physician Recommends Skeptics to try iWALK2.0

Dr. Jim Sears, a board certified Pediatrician and co-host of the Emmy Award-winning medical talk show The Doctors, is a known good sport. Some may even refer to him at the show guinea pig — willing to try all types of medical treatments, often resulting in funny segments on the show. When he was first … Continue reading Dr. Jim Sears Physician Recommends Skeptics to try iWALK2.0

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Achilles Tendon Rupture – Symptoms, Causes, Treatments, Surgery and Recovery

In the following article, we will start with the basics of an Achilles tendon injury before we introduce treatment options, recovery and physical therapy tips, as well as helpful information about mobility device options. There is a wide range of symptoms that you may experience when you injure your Achilles tendon, from a weakness in … Continue reading Achilles Tendon Rupture – Symptoms, Causes, Treatments, Surgery and Recovery
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Below Knee Amputation – Surgery, Recovery, and Maintaining Mobility

1.8 million people in the United States are living with amputations, and between 30,000 and 40,000 amputations are performed in the United States on an annual basis. Below knee amputations are the most common amputation surgery and comprise approximately 23% of lower limb amputations. The majority of below knee amputations are performed on individuals aged … Continue reading Below Knee Amputation – Surgery, Recovery, and Maintaining Mobility
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Broken Ankle – Symptoms, Causes, Treatments, Surgery and Recovery

A broken ankle or ankle fracture is one of the most common bone or joint injuries a person can have. They can happen to anyone, regardless of age, gender, or athletic ability, whether you are the type of person that enjoys playing sports, or the type that enjoys watching them on TV. However these injuries … Continue reading Broken Ankle – Symptoms, Causes, Treatments, Surgery and Recovery
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Broken Foot and Foot Fractures – Symptoms, Causes, Treatments, Surgery and Recovery

A foot fracture, or broken foot occurs when one or more bones of the foot break as a result of either a sudden trauma or from chronic overuse. Regardless of the cause, a broken foot can be a serious injury with a lengthy recovery that may require you to become non-weight bearing. Proper knowledge about … Continue reading Broken Foot and Foot Fractures – Symptoms, Causes, Treatments, Surgery and Recovery
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