August 31st 2016
At only 19, George Fussner was like a lot of other young men his age who answered their country’s call to serve in the Korean War. The son of a farmer who grew corn and soybeans, George grew up in Toulon, Illinois, a small town three hours west of Chicago.…
Feeding the Good
January 1st 2016
There are two wolves inside us all, as the old parable attributed to a variety of sources goes – one good, one bad. The tale is typically framed by a grandfather imparting this wisdom to his grandson. The grandfather describes the dueling wolves: the bad wolf represents negative mindsets, like…
“Crutches for Haiti”
August 15th 2014
Cameron Widdoss, a student at Eyer Middle School presented a flyer asking for donations of crutches, canes, walkers, slings, knee and ankle braces.
Eyer Middle School Kid to Kid and Builders Club were collecting these items for a program called “Crutches for Haiti”. Boas Surgical was very happy to help…
Jim Coleman Retirement
August 31st 2012
Active Stance: Controlled-Stress approach to PTTD
January 15th 2010
Damage to soft tissue structures generally occurs because too much stress crosses those tissues. This can be acute trauma, such as an inversion ankle sprain, or it can be gradual progressive cumulative trauma, such as posterior tibialis tendon dysfunction (PTTD), Achilles tendinitis, or shin splints.
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