|Paralympians assisting during the workshop were (from left) Marlon Shirley, Danny Andrews, Brian Frasure, and Earle Connor. Photo courtesy of Ossur North America.|
Amputee soldiers are receiving “Cadillac care” at
Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC. Exciting
developments include the building of a new $10 million,
29,000-square-foot facility which planners said will be able to
support about 300 appointments a week, according to the US
Department of Defense publication, Transformation.