An O-arm advantage
For months, Quinton Walker's right foot was numb and his knee on the same leg would sometimes buckle under pain.
The 47-year-old Soldotna resident and school janitor previously had spine surgery to help correct his chronic back problems, but he said that surgeon didn't get it quite right.
"My titanium rod was bent and pinching on my nerve," Walker said Friday, resting in his bed at Central Peninsula Hospital.
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