“I was worried that this one issue was going to disrupt the balance and structure of everything,” Adams said. “I thought I was just doomed, to be honest with you.”
But he wasn’t, Steven Raikin, director of the foot and ankle service at Rothman Orthopaedic Institute, told him. That is how Adams ended up in an operating room in Bensalem recently, his bare left foot held high in the air as Raikin prepared to surgically repair its fallen arch. Like many people, Adams had not even known that the procedure existed.
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