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Recover Like an Athlete @ PFAI

Introducing Wellevate @ PFAI

 

This online custom dispensary will allow each and every patient to connect with Dr. McAlister and his team to get you the right supplements when you need them. 

Typically, most patients will start taking their supplements and nutrition powders about 2-3 weeks ahead of surgery - to maximize the outcome.

 

These supplements are continued beyond the day of surgery and hopefully will continue as your overall health improves.

 

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Order here

Also, click https://wellevate.me/phxfai to be directed to the Phoenix Foot and Ankle Active Recovery Site.

 

Call the office if you have any questions.

 

Your PFAI Team and Dr. McAlister

Author
Jeffrey E. McAlister DPM

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