The Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation is pleased to announce that, at its annual meeting in July 2013, it appointed three new directors to its board. With the board being represented by top business professionals and orthopaedic surgeons, the addition of these three members rounds out the organization's expertise and national representation. New directors include:
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By the time 64-year-old Laura Milson decided to undergo total knee replacement after 12 years of suffering from arthritis, even a short walk to the office printer was a struggle.
Slip Slidin' Away isn't just a song by Simon and Garfunkel. It's also what happens when temperatures drop and pathways become covered in ice and snow. Yes, even though we've enjoyed some record non-snow days and warm temperatures, Arctic freezes are as Canadian as maple syrup. The resulting falls send more than 21,000 Ontarians alone to emergency departments each year, according to Toronto Rehab, which researches winter falls and injuries.
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