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Now that you are asked to rest for effective healing of a broken ankle, you must be wondering about what to consume during this period. The diet impacts your recovery process more than you can imagine. We have compiled some tips on what should be consumed,...

Below knee amputees have been known to use crutches, knee scooters, or even crawl before receiving their permanent prosthetic. Now they use the iWALK2.0! Amputees praise iWALK2.0 as a transition device to get walking months before their permanent prosthetic is available; and they use it...

There is no better test of a product’s durability than extended use by a teenage boy. Meet Nolan: an active high school student who is also an avid outdoorsman. Unfortunately, this summer, Nolan found himself with a foot injury, which required that he be non-weight...

iWALK2.0 is changing the lives of people suffering from a broken ankle or other lower leg injury. Being mobile while recovering from an offloading injury is great, but there are some instances when hands-free mobility is even more important than others, such as The Family...

Foot and ankle injuries, and any other lower leg injury for that matter, are a real pain. You not only go through physical pain but also mental agony since you can’t move around properly, for instance, after plantar fasciitis surgery or during sprained ankle recovery....

We had a great time at the Western Foot and Ankle Conference in Anaheim in June! It was a well attended show with nearly 900 attendees. We loved making new friends, and visiting with our existing friends. Most of all, we just really enjoyed talking...

For most brides, planning a wedding is a mix of excitement, joy, and anticipation that only builds as their magical day approaches. Unfortunately, no amount of planning can prepare a bride for wedding day disasters like a non-weight bearing lower leg injury. Suddenly, the dress...

Foot and ankle injuries, and any other lower leg injury for that matter, are a real drag! The prospect of being on crutches for multiple weeks at a time is even more disconcerting, especially for busy doctors who rely on mobility and the use of...