New Options for Boomers With Foot and Ankle Arthritis

NewsUSA) – As they approach retirement, many members of the “Me Generation” aren’t ready to slow down, even if their bodies are. Foot and ankle surgeons say baby boomers are more likely than previous generations to seek care when arthritis develops in their toes, feet and ankles. “Unlike their parents, baby boomers do not accept … Continue reading

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