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Case from @esalasblanca.ortho - Ortodoncia acelerada quirúrgicamente asistida (Corticotomia) con su variante de piezocision. Procedimiento menos invasivo que la técnica convencional.
Surgically assisted accelerated orthodontics (Corticotomy) Piezocision variant. A less invasive way compared to conventional technique . 🐾 Follow us @dentist_gram 💝 💕 Make sure you push like follow for daily pics! 😃 💞 Thank you my friend
/ My leg bare naked / well finally, here’s an Inside look at my #Prosthesis appointment. My new leg comes today FINALLY and bc of the length I’ve had I wait, I’ve developed worse knee that I had before. It’s not good to have YOUR life put on hold bc of a offices “busyness”. It’s YOUR life on hold dont forget that! #amputee beyond #patience#comeon#love#vans#vanlife#sponsorme @vansgirls #oneANDonlySKD
Radujemo se uspesno zavrsenoj prezentaciji ProtheFlex sistema za fleksibilna protetička ležišta.Bogati za iskustvo proširujemo ponudu našim korisnicima stavljajući komfor na prvo mesto.
We look forward to a successful presentation of the ProtheFlex system for flexible prosthetic socket. Grow the experience, we extend our offer to our customers by bringing comfort to the first place.
Gazan #Girl Travels to UAE for Prosthesis
This week, 12-year-old Mai from Gaza was sent by the #PCRF with her mother to #Dubai for orthopedic surgery and a new prosthesis. Mai was previously treated in Gaza to try to repair her complex congenital pseudoarthrosis locally with no progress and was seen in #Gaza by Dr. Marc Sinclair from Little Wing Foundation, a partner NGO who does missions with the PCRF in #Palestine . Dr. Sinclair and his team decided to treat Mai in Dubai through PCRF sponsorship, which will take place at Medcare Orthopaedics and Spine Hospital. After her surgery Mai will be fitted for a #prosthesis enabling her to walk. We are ever grateful to the individuals who support these #children while abroad and we wish luck to Mai as she prepares for #surgery later this week.
This week I was invited to be the special guest at a local Cub Scout meeting. We talked about the work I do as a Therapy Dog and the process I went through to become a certified Therapy Dog. We also discussed that being a quadruple amputee doesn’t define my abilities or potential. I was excited to see the Scouts embrace this concept and understand that it is true for all children and adults with disabilities. We discussed that there are many types of disabilities, some you can see and others you can’t, and that a disability is what someone has, not who they are. The Scouts asked lots of great questions - I loved their curiosity and desire to learn. I hope that our time together results in them being more kind and compassionate in their interactions with their family, friends, schoolmates, and the people and animals they meet in the world. 🐶💕
In case you missed it or weren’t able to watch where you live, here’s the video segment I was in during The American Rescue Dog Show. This segment highlighted dogs living with a variety of disabilities. Just like me, they are happy and making the most of their lives each day thanks to the love and care from their forever families. The show did a great job showcasing rescue dogs and encouraging people to open their hearts to a rescue animal. I hope I’ll be healthy enough to compete in next year’s show. 🐶💕