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Randy Voss rehabs at UCHealth Steadman Hawkins Clinic – Denver after his successful ankle replacement surgery last year. Photo courtesy of Randy Voss.

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Written by UCHealth on March 25, 2021

Growing up outside Cleveland in the 1970s, Randy Voss spent plenty of time playing competitive sports on the football field and basketball court. He endured plenty of nicks and dings as a result, and often hobbled about on crutches, both during and after high school.

His ankles took the most abuse. “I had a lot of sprains,” he said, adding that he simply pushed through them. There wasn’t much in the way of sophisticated medical care, and slow healing wasn’t his goal anyway.

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