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Dr. Radnay is a miracle worker! I met Dr. Radnay in September 2011 because of terrible pain in my foot and difficulty in walking.
They all suggested I have my ankle fused. This meant I would walk with a limp and wear special shoes for the rest of my life. My daughter read an article in the New York Times praising the work of an orthopedist, Dr Craig Radnay. He had done many ankle replacements. I checked his references and credentials, all of which were excellent. I went to see him.
Sixteen months passed since my surgery, and I finally feel fully recovered. I’ve been running almost every day, finished several shorter races (5-10k) and just 2 weeks ago successfully hiked to the Machu Picchu. We did one of the hardest hikes without porters, 66kms in 3 days! None of these could happen without you and the perfect operation.
I came to Dr. Radnay’s office having suffered extreme pain for years from 3 botched remedial bunion operations.
I am six months out from total replacement for a knee that managed through 45 years of active living (and two other surgeries) after a serious injury when I was 17. I feel terrific and free of the limitations increasing lameness had imposed on me.
Dr. Radnay performed a MAKOplasty on my knee. Three months after surgery. I have no discomfort and I am pain-free. He is very thorough and listens to your concerns.
Each time he and his staff were so dependable and comforting. After each surgery he was able to give me back the ability to play college lacrosse. I was able to develop a special relationship with him, because of not only his expertise in my injuries but his reassuring personality
On June 25, 2010 I was involved in a car accident resulting in a serious open ankle fracture.
Since November 2010 I have had numerous ailments. I am a severe diabetic and I suffered an ankle injury while on my boat.
Memorial Day weekend 2011, I experienced a horrific fall, 3 ft high, from my boat, landing on a cement dock. The pain, the shock, the disbelief of what occurred was more than I could handle.