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Welcome to our News Blog

March 19, 2020

 We hoped to be able to treat 100 children in 2 weeks, a lofty and perhaps impossible ambition. We actually saw 110 children with gluteal fibrosis and 2 others receive their much needed surgery, all accomplished by our Ugandan surgical team. Since each child needed bot...

February 19, 2019

This is a 50th anniversary 400 m swim to take place at the Oak Bay Recreation swimming pool on March 8, Friday evening.

The back story is a race that I swam in my university years in the Canadian Intercollegiate Swimming and Diving Championships in Fredericton, New Brun...

Recently myself, fellow Rebalance coworker Sasja, and her partner Felix returned from a two week trip to Uganda. Because this trip was so eventful, one of the biggest challenges I have faced upon return is putting my time in Uganda into a few words. The first few days...

 Read our latest newsletter, featured in the 2018 RebalanceMD Magazine.

July 7, 2017

NYT columnist Nicholas Kristof recently visited families and clinics supported by MiracleFeet in Liberia. MiracleFeet is a clubfoot organization that members of Rebalance Legacy Society often work with internationally. To read the full article, go to: https://www.nytim...

July 4, 2017

What a less invasive and less expensive treatment for clubfoot can mean for kids in India.

"Clubfoot, a treatable birth defect that can bring pain and social isolation, is often not treated in the developing world. But a treatment developed a half century ago by a docto...

May 12, 2017

"Sports medicine has advanced enough in Canada that even the most severe knee injuries can be treated and cured. Not so in Uganda, which is why a team of doctors is leaving Friday to help the country join the modern age. Squire Barnes reports."

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