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Published on May 16, 2016

Put Your Best Foot Forward

Vermont Orthopaedic Clinic Physician Discusses Current Treatments for Foot and Ankle Pain

The average person walks more than 100,000 miles in his or her lifetime. If you are experiencing foot or ankle pain, join Dr. Deborah A. Henley of the Vermont Orthopaedic Clinic on Wednesday, June 15 from 6-8pm at the Manchester Community Library on 1837 Cemetery Avenue in Manchester Center. Dr. Henley will discuss treatment options for some common foot and ankle ailments. Light refreshments will be served. This class is free and open to the public, but pre-registration is required. Register online or call 802.772.2400

About Dr. Henley

Dr. Deborah HenleyIn her practice, Dr. Henley performs fracture care, both operative and non-operative, reconstruction of the foot and ankle for deformity and arthritis, total ankle replacement, dance medicine, sports injuries to the foot and ankle, fracture care and trauma, diabetic wound and foot care, ankle arthroscopy, and general orthopaedics.

She has helped care for the student athletes at several colleges, served as medical staff for the NYC Marathon, and trained with the Harkness Dance Clinic in New York City. She has lectured on diabetic foot pathology at Bennington Rehabilitation, and on Dance Medicine at Bennington College.
Deborah is married to an avid fly fisherman and gun fitter and loves spending time in the outdoors with him and their son, who is a burgeoning outdoorsman. Deborah enjoys hiking and skiing and regularly practices yoga.

About Rutland Regional Medical Center

Rutland Regional Medical Center is the second largest healthcare facility in Vermont with a national reputation for outstanding patient care, nursing excellence and innovation. US News & World Report has recognized Rutland Regional as one of America’s Best Hospitals to receive common care, and Healthgrades® named Rutland Regional among the top 10% in the Nation for Outstanding Patient Experience and Patient Safety, along with "high performing" designations for its clinical performance in Pacemaker Procedures, Prostate Surgery and Total Knee Replacement. Recently designated for a second time, Rutland Regional is a Magnet® hospital, providing the highest level of recognition for quality nursing care.


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