In an effort to continue giving our patients the best in orthotics care, we are thrilled to announce our new partnership with DynamicBracingSolutions™.
Developed by clinicians Marmaduke Loke and Jean-Paul Nielsen, DynamicBracingSolutions™ is an innovative bracing treatment for those with physical deficiencies due to multiple sclerosis, polio, Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, spinal injuries and other neurological disorders.
Over time and with a skilled, dedicated team, most patients who use DynamicBracingSolutions™ can improve their security, balance and efficiency for better mobility. Other benefits of DynamicBracingSolutions™ can include less fatigue, fewer falls and an enhanced quality of life.
Attendants at the Feb. 2 Zumbathon. Almost $2,900 was raised for Emily Linneman, a 14-year-old with Osteosarcoma. Image credit: stltoday.com.
Most teens, whenever they can find the spare change, spend money on clothes, gadgets and food, but that’s not the case for four friends in Wentzville, MO.
When 14-year-old Emily Linneman underwent a below-the-knee amputation due to Osteosarcoma, a form of bone cancer, friends Sarah Adams, Julianna Biswell, Alleigh Fine and Amanda Larson wanted to donate their spare change — and more — toward a new leg for Emily.
“It just shocked me that someone our age could have something like that and how happy Emily always was, that something like that could happen to her,” says Larson to Heidi Glaus, a reporter for KSDK, in St. Louis.
“She’s really nice and she’s fun to be around,” adds Fine. “She’s always happy and upbeat.”