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Shriners Hospitals for Children® patient reaching for Gold in Sochi: Adaptive Sports Clinics Challenged Patients to Accept No Limits

Heidi Jo Duce was born without a fibula and most of the bones in her right ankle and foot, a condition known as fibular hemimelia. Undergoing surgery to remove her right leg (below the knee) at 18 months, she required a second corrective amputation when she was 19. All of her surgeries were done by Shriners Hospitals for Children – Salt Lake City who also introduced her to the sport of adaptive snowboarding.

Heidi learned to snowboard at age 11 by attending the Un-Limb-ited Amputee Camp, which was started by a Shriners Hospitals for Children physical therapist in Salt Lake City.