Back to work after spine surgery for herniated disc.


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Carpal tunnel syndrome not treated; wake every night at 3 a.m. with pain.


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Because of successful ankle replacement, can walk dog again.


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Fall causes hip fracture, successful surgery, resume independent living at home.


Follow the Road to Mobility.

Following successful knee replacement, can climb stairs, go hiking and get back to normal life.


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No access to rehab after ACL reconstruction, recovery suffers.


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Attempt to run marathon without treating Achilles' tendon injury.


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Car crash far from home, broken bones, but orthopaedist puts you back together.


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Bone tumor in arm successfully removed by orthopaedic surgeon, life and arm saved.


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Take leave of absence and lose income while caring for parent with spinal fracture from osteoporosis.


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Scoliosis is not diagnosed or treated early.


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Elbow injury during baseball season. Orthopaedic care gets you back in the game.


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Motorcycle accident results in severe leg fracture with bone loss. Orthopaedic surgeon treats with limb lengthening.


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Orthopaedist provides back exercises to prevent injury from loading children into car seats.


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After war injury, prosthetic leg allows you to work.


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Miss work due to knee pain from osteoarthritis.


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Broken neck in cheerleading accident. Surgery and rehab get you back to school.


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Successful hip replacement, continue serving in the U.S. Congress


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Son falls off playground slide, you fail to realize elbow fracture.


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Sprain ankle after slipping on ice. Delay timely treatment.


Proceed down Ankle Sprain Alley.
 

Welcome to the I CAN! CLUB.


Congratulations! You've reached the I Can! Club which represents a full, enjoyable and mobile life. America's aging population is driving the need for orthopaedic surgery even higher - and that trend will continue for years to come. Orthopaedic surgery is among the best value propositions in health care today. When orthopaedic surgeons restore mobility, they help people go back to work, restore their independence and get their lives back.
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