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Achilles: Minimally Invasive Percutaneous Achilles Tendon Repair - Patient Experience

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Rich L. is an avid Crossfit athlete who underwent a percutaneous achilles tendon repair at The Stone Clinic in July 2009. He is currently one year post surgery and back to enjoying Crossfit workouts which combine weightlifting, sprinting, and gymnastics.

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