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Full Range of Motion and Zero Pain

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Full Range of Motion and Zero Pain

“I know Dr. Chad Rappaport, DPM, FACFAS has had a ton of patients, and it’s probably difficult to recall them individually. My name is Nicole, and I was a patient at his former practice location from 2006 to 2008. I had a fractured fifth metatarsal and badly damaged peroneal tendon, which required three surgeries to repair. He performed the second and third surgeries. Before those two surgeries, I was told by another doctor that the slight pain I experienced when I walked might not have a fix. He explained that the architecture of the foot was too complicated to get everything ‘operating smoothly’ again. Dr. Rappaport seemed dissatisfied with the idea of a foot injury causing lifelong pain, especially given that I was only 18-20 years old at the time.Dr. Rappaport left that orthopedic practice while I was still recovering and doing physical therapy, so I don’t think he ever got to hear about the results of his work. I’m 24 now, and this summer I just ran my first 5k marathon … and I did it without any foot pain, whatsoever. My foot is operating at 100 percent, I have a full range of motion, and there is zero pain. My foot has been in excellent condition for two to three years now, but it wasn’t until I ran the 5k that I really stopped and thought about how different things are from what I expected back in 2008.I really don’t know how to express how thankful I am. I just thought that Dr. Rappaport should know how much my family and I appreciate his work. I wish Dr. Rappaport and his family all the best.”– Nicole