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Candy Rowe

That's true. That futuristic cast won't treat the fracture directly. Its only job is to track any muscular activity in the fractured part and to inform the therapist of what kind of treatment would best work on that part. Think of it as a gadget to help reduce the healing time of the affected area.

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