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Brooklyn Orthotist Solves Walking Problem with New Hi-Tech solution Phatbrace
Date:4/10/2013

treatment, but he worked with my neurologist and physical therapist to iron out all of the details. His expertise and attention brought me back to normal walking, and to a normal life.”

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