Amputation decision transforms Canadian athlete's life

04/24/2014 | Global News Online (Toronto)

After a serious leg injury and years of struggling with constant pain, Paul Pisko of Lethbridge, Alberta, chose to have an above-knee amputation. Pisko, freed from pain, completed a triathlon less than a year after surgery and has now tried out for the Canadian standing amputee national hockey team. "I feel reborn, I can do anything now," he said.

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