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The following is a current list of articles featuring clients of Arthur Finnieston Prosthetics & Orthotics:


http://cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/bestoftv/2013/04/28/exp-brothers-help-boston-victims.cnn.html

Sunday, April 28, 2013

CNN interviews quadruple amputee Michael Stolzenberg, and older brother Harris, on their ambitious goal of raising $1 million to help the victims of the Boston bombing tragedy in time for the 2014 Boston Marathon, which Harris plans on running in honor of his brother.
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Helping Haitian amputees - one step at a time

Saturday, January 12, 2013

As many as 4,000 Haitians became amputees as a result of a devastating earthquake three years ago. Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson speaks with Adam Finnieston, an American prosthetist who is making a world of difference - one step at a time.
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South Florida Officer Takes First Steps as a 'Bionic Man'

Friday, November 30, 2012

A Miami Police officer has become a "walking miracle" thanks to a new advancement in technology. Senior Miami-Dade Police officer Leo Fernandez is getting a chance to live a normal a life by becoming the first amputee in South Florida to receive a robotic foot.
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VIDEO CHANNEL 7 NEWS: Miami Heat and Adam Finnieston visit Haiti

Monday, June 7, 2010

VIDEO CHANNEL 7 NEWS: THE MIAMI HEAT AND ADAM FINNIESTON VISIT HAITI Team members visited the University of Miami field hospital on Saturday. While at the hospital, they witnessed a miracle in action when 25-year-old Wilfrid, an amputee, learned how to run. "Wilfrid learned how to run this morning. He's been walking as an amputee for approximately three weeks now," said Prosthetist Adam Finnieston.
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Haiti's 21st Century Makeshift Hospital

Friday, April 23, 2010

(CBS) In a dusty field 200 feet from the Port-au-Prince airport, a makeshift medical center treats life-threatening injuries and chronic illnesses. "If they come in here, they're treated as if they're at Mass General, Mayo or University of Miami, anywhere in the world," said Dr. Barth Green. CBS News anchor Katie Couric reports Green was one of the first to arrive in Haiti after the earthquake. "The first day," he said, "we were literally off a plane, operating on a kitchen table."
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Haiti survivors stand strong with new prosthetic limbs

Thursday, April 15, 2010

When Lundy stepped into a tent at the UM camp with her new left leg and crutches recently, she scanned the room. ``What's up, Styles?'' said Adam Finnieston, a South Florida prosthetist and orthotist who is volunteering for Medishare.
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University of Miami team sending new legs for Haiti quake amputees

Monday, April 5, 2010

In Hialeah, prosthetists customize Medishare's first shipment of artificial legs for Haiti's earthquake victims. Inside a warehouse in an industrial corner of Hialeah, six large cardboard cartons hold the next chapter in the lives of Haitian earthquake amputees -- 500 chocolate-brown prosthetic legs for men, women and children.
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For South Florida companies, business of rebuilding Haiti begins

Monday, March 8, 2010

For South Florida companies, business of rebuilding Haiti begins
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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Miami, FL - As news pours in from Haiti on the estimated 2000 people expected to suffer a limb amputation, a multidisciplinary team of Prosthetists and Physical Therapists prepares the daunting task of providing long term prosthetic care. The group will join Project Medishare in Haiti this week to help care for amputees and assess conditions. Their goal is to formulate a strategy for prosthetic rehabilitation that can be implemented quickly, effectively and sustainably.
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Tiago Rips in Portugal

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Tiago Miguel Neves (POR), a 29 year-old kiteboarder from Portugal, gives us all a good lesson in courage and determination.
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Sean Reyngoudt flies through kiteboard freestyle

Thursday, July 17, 2008

The Florida native, leening into his run in the freestyle contest at the Gorge Games, has had a prosthetic foot since he was injured in a work accident five years ago.
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High school athlete undeterred by challenges

Thursday, May 15, 2008

For Harry Greenberg, the first clue was soreness in his leg at the end of his junior lacrosse season in 2007.
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