Posts filed under 'Surgeries'

ACL Reconstruction Gets Player Back on Court

Emily Gardner’s full ACL tear took her out of her freshman season, but she’ll be ready for sophomore year thanks to Dr. Daniel Zanotti and the PT team at CFO. High school freshman, Emily Gardner, is a front row hitter in competitive club volleyball year round. While in Chicago, at a game on Easter weekend, […]

Continue Reading Add comment October 12th, 2017

Shoulder “Stronger Than Ever” after Surgery

Rotator Cuff Repair Gets Fireman Back on Full Duty Fireman, Eric Dudziak, got a partial tear in his rotator cuff on the job two years ago. Workers Comp put him through physical therapy.   He says, “I ended up at about 80%.” Eric serves as the Fire Marshall and 80% got him back on call […]

Continue Reading Add comment March 10th, 2017

Back to Work in a Few Weeks with MAKOplasty

  Ron Bakalar, aged 79, can’t remember when he first started having trouble with his left knee. But his now-late doctor, who originally diagnosed the loose cartilage, told Ron he wasn’t a candidate for knee replacement. Ron had been uncomfortable ever since, but knew since it wasn’t a bone on bone injury, he was going […]

Continue Reading Add comment March 1st, 2017

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