By: Diane Bracuk, Thrive Magazine A high-performance athlete heralded as the Michael Jordan of wheelchair basketball and a recording and performing indie musician aren’t usually the same person. But Patrick Anderson has always been about stretching his exceptional talents to the absolute fullest. “Music and sports have always competed for my attention,” he explains.
Thursday March 26 - 10:00AM A Step Ahead is open, fully stocked, and ready to care for you with our entire prosthetic staff! We are continuing to take significant measures to ensure the safety of our patients and staff and we are seeing patients as usual in our NY and Boston offices. Call us today to make
New Yorker who suffered a leg amputation competes in “The Path of the Conquerors” to motivate children
Amy Palmiero-Winters lost her limb after 25 surgeries, after a motorcycle accident. However, she showed a lot of courage and determination to face the tough mountain biking competition. The American, Amy Palmiero-Winters was one of the most applauded cyclists of The Path of the Conquerors 2019. Her great dose of courage and determination was
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
“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,