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A Sporting Chance

Anna Glenn was just 2 years old when her parents enrolled her and her twin sister in gymnastics class. The pair had recently been adopted from an orphanage in China and had rickets and bowed legs from malnourishment. Their parents hoped that tumbling would help them build some much needed strength.

 

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Frank Petrigliano, MD Dr. Petrigliano s a highly skilled orthopaedic surgeon and a specialist in sports medicine and shoulder surgery at the USC Epstein Family Center for Sports Medicine in Los Angeles, California. Dr. Petrigliano is the chief of sports medicine at USC and head team physician for the LA Kings professional hockey team.

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