Rotationplasty amputee joins his HS football on the field again

Bailey is healthy, eager to help Kennett win CONWAY — If you like sports, or even if you don’t, you’ll want to root for Camden Bailey this fall. Entering his sophomore year at Kennett High School, Camden has his sights set on being the extra point kicker for the varsity football team, and the

Hicksville facility fits 9 year old with prosthetic leg

“It happened so fast, a split second, but from day one she was strong as can be. An absolute rockstar.” These words come from 9-year-old Myleanna Siedlecky’s mother, Jessica, as she told the story of why her daughter needed a below-the-knee amputation on her left leg. It was a late April day in 2017,

Long Island amputee athlete tests her endurance

LONG ISLAND – On her second day of running through the Sahara desert in April, Amy Palmiero-Winters ripped the skin above her prosthetic limb. “I actually tore a rather large piece of my skin off of my leg,” Palmiero-Winters, 46, of Hicksville, said. “I was in quite a bit of intense pain.” She changed her mindset

An Amputee’s Toughest Challenge Yet: Her 140-Mile Run in the Desert

THE SAHARA — It was the last difficult stage of one of the world’s most punishing races. The runners, by now walking, began a steep climb up a 25 percent grade, which required many of them to use fixed ropes to reach the summit. As Amy Palmiero-Winters, 46, of Hicksville, N.Y., began the sharp

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