Has Country Music Television Jumped the Shark? What you need to know about CMT…..

  There is always country music tunes playing in the background at my mom’s house in Vermont.  This particular rainy summer day, we spent the afternoon dancing barefoot to Johnny Cash melodies playing on the TV in the living room. Resting our tootsies for a brief moment, my mom casually asked, “Why’s Yohan always on […]

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TurboMed

              In 2001, François Côté, an avid and life-long athlete had a serious snowmobile accident which changed the course of his existence. Breaking both of his legs and knees, he suffered permanent damage in the form of left-sided “foot drop” or the inability to lift the front part of […]

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Pony Takes Stand to End CMT

OUR STORY – Yohan and I had so much fun trail riding when we were younger. Oh, the stories we could tell!! I’ll never forget the time I stepped in a bee’s nest and ran for my life with Yohan on my back! He held on to my mane and stayed on. Phew! Close call! […]

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Life Advice: Athos the Horse (Almost)

    My birthday is on March 9. My buddy, Yohan and I are turning 26 years old. Besides a stiff leg and a couple of pigeon fever bumps on my chest, I’m doing pretty well for an old guy. Yohan took really good care of me for a very long time. His CMT got in […]

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HELIOS® Braces

by Mitch Warner, CPO The Helios® orthosis is a custom made energy storing carbon fiber AFO. The Helios® provides balance, stability, and a more natural gait pattern.  Utilizing triplanar control*, dynamic response*, and floor reaction*, these corrective forces stabilize the foot and ankle to give standing and walking stability that is necessary for normal walking that […]

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CMT: The Most Common Rare Disease You’ve Never Heard Of!

  “Liz baby, Liz baby, baby, baby, Liz baby!” he sung every time we crossed paths. Pete was my postman when I was in college at the University of Vermont. Tall, good-looking, great personality – Pete, a proud Jersey boy, knew everyone in town and everyone knew Pete. After years with the post office, he […]

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Guilt Giving: Let Me Count The Ways

I walked into the ice cream store, craving a scoop of malted milk ball deliciousness – in a waffle cone, of course. As the only bona fide paying customer in the shop, I expected quick and efficient service, but the middle-aged man freaking out about his lost credit card was getting all the attention. The […]

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