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Published on Jul 14, 2014
What is the most meaningful milestone for an orthopaedic patient?
It is the point in time when a patient, who has lost the ability to do something because of his or her orthopaedic condition—such as buttoning a shirt or walking up stairs—can do the act again thanks to orthopaedic care.
We are enhancing http://www.ANationInMotion.org to be more engaging for patients and to feature stories, a patient's "Second First," that share the journey of patients from prevention, to diagnosis, to treatment and through recovery.