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— Octavio Vega, MD, internist
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— Patricia Graham, MD, internist
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Fifty doctors from Rush University Medical Center were named 'top doctors' in the January 2018 issue of Chicago magazine.
A study is testing whether a pressure-detecting shoe insole can help people with knee osteoarthritis walk in a way that reduces knee strain
Rheumatoid arthritis immobilized Nancy, but joint replacements and advanced medical treatments got her up and moving again.
The research shows that long term use of the such footwear, called “mobility shoes,” helped OA patients adapt their gait or how they walk, which improved knee loading, even when the mobility shoes were no longer worn.