No Mountain Too High

McManus, Tim
June 2006
O&P Business News;6/1/2006, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p36
Profiles rock climber Craig DeMartino. Information on a climbing accident that broke his neck and vertebrae, collapsed his lungs and pulverized both feet; Information on the prosthetic work by Joe Johnson of Qurom Orthopedics Inc. used by DeMartino; Educational and career background of DeMartino; Highlights of the O&P Extremity Games, a 3-day extreme sporting competition for amputees to be held at the Orlando Watersports Complex.


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