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Multiple Marathons after Meniscal Surgery!
“We appreciate how over the past two years, with a myriad of maladies, you have provided us sound practical advice and clinical interventions which have enabled us to accomplish athletic goals…” Read More >>
“I saw Dr. Seeds multiple times throughout my high school and college football career. I now play running back at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. I just want to say how much I appreciate Dr. Seeds and what he has done for me throughout my ACL surgery…” Read More >>
Police Officer Lives Active Lifestyle
“I’m a police officer and live an active lifestyle. While lifting weights, I started noticing my right arm was weaker than my left and it just wasn’t functioning properly. Over the period…” Read More >>
Sometimes Even a Firefighter Needs Help.
“I’m a firefighter. At the age of 39, I made an appointment with Dr. Palmer and together we decided I needed a bilateral hip replacement – both hips replaced at the same time – to help with my unrelenting hip pain…” Read More >>
See Jack Run!
“I’m a competitive runner. I went to Dr. Seeds because, occasionally, I couldn’t straighten my leg – it was like my knee was stuck. An MRI showed nothing was wrong. But, the problem kept occurring and was painful…” Read More >>
“I had a great experience with Dr. Josh Alpert of Midwest Bone & Joint. I had taken a bad fall from my horse in January 2012 and had a complicated break in my humerus, with no clear-cut way of how to fix it. Dr. Alpert offered support and answered my many questions about the healing process, as we tried to let the bone heal…”Read More >>
“Several years ago while out for a run, I felt a snap in my knee and realized something was seriously wrong. I met with a recommended orthopedic specialist and he suggested physical therapy and possible cortisone injections. Shortly after, I went on an unsuccessful ski trip…”Read More >>
“I’m a competitive power lifter and a member of the U.S. Power Lifting team. I currently hold the World Record for my weight category (180.5 lbs) for bench pressing 551 lbs. During a training session, a mistake happened. Twenty-five pounds more weight was accidentally put on one end of the weight bar than the other. In the process of trying to lift 525 lbs., the heavier…”Read More >>