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  1. Can I have doctor’s name that performed your OCD surgeries? I live near
    Denver and want to see your doc for OCD in ankles, having failed
    2 treatments. Thanks so much, Michelle

  2. The Panerathon is a 5K/10K that is a family fun event that encourages community participation and family fun in Colorado Springs. All proceeds benefit Care and Share Food Bank.

    Unique this year is that we are teaming up with Charity Miles. It is a free iphone/Android app. Where 25 cents per every mile ran and 10 cents per every mile walked will be donated to Feeding America, A National Agency that provides money to Care and Share Food Bank.

    Can we share this on Igmash? I would be happy to share training tips and even recipes for people training for their first 5K.

  3. Firstly, this is not a spam emial!
    Secondly, your blog rocks.
    My name is Sophie Canter and I’m a casting producer for the game show Let’s Ask America. We’re starting up casting for our second season, and we believe you would bring a great energy to our show. We came across your blog and thought you would be perfect!

    I’m reaching out to you because I’m casting Season 2 of “Let’s Ask America,” a game show where contestants can win up to $50,000 by answering “Family Feud” style questions via Skype, and I wanted to give you and your followers the opportunity to apply! We are looking for outgoing, fun, high-energy people to guess what other Americans are thinking!

    Please let me know if you are interested in applying and if you can also pass this on (especially on your blog).
    We need hundreds of contestants, so all are welcome to try-out!
    Thank you!

  4. Hi Lynne

    I was diagnosed with ocd as well after slipping on stairs. I didnt see the doctor right away and walked on my broken femur for about 4 months before i finally saw the doctor. It wasnt until i can feel loose bodies in my knee that i really knew something was wrong besides the pain lol. Anyway i had surgery in February. The doctor drilled the bone piece back into place with a dissolvable screw. The bone attached great but now i am experiencing grinding, cracking and soreness on my surgical leg. Last friday when i informed the doctor about it he said he wants to schedule another surgery to shave my bone. I asked my professor who is a trauma surgeon and he says i dont need another surgery. He says i am favoring one side when i walk and thats what is causing it and told me i need special insoles to fix it. Have you experienced the same? Who should i trust? Also my right knee started to feel strange too. I havnt told my doctor about it yet but i will next week. I tried reading more on your blog but i have no idea how to use this site. Anyway i hope everything worked out with your knee.


  5. I’m John with I’m writing you because I’ve been reading up on people who have recently recovered from surgery, while searching for unique experiences and insights for our ongoing blog series. I found myself fascinated with your background and I’d love to do a profile on you. Our website receives over 100k visits a month meaning great exposure for you and your practice. If you could provide a short anecdote, detailing a unique experience; I can get the ball rolling on your spotlight piece. A story about one of your worst or hardest cases, or an extraordinary day in the life would make for fascinating topics.

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