total-body-board-dr-deleeDr. DeLee is an orthopedic surgeon based out of San Antonio, Texas.  He specializes in Sports Medicine and Hip & Knee Reconstruction.

“I am the co-editor of Orthopedic Sports Medicine, considered to be the textbook in Sports Medicine. I am the Director of the Orthopedic Sports Medicine Fellowship at UTHSC-SA and specializing in surgery of the knee and hip, I completed a total joint replacement fellowship with Sir John Charnley in Wrightington, England. and has been published numerous times in prominent medical journals.  Also, I am the recipient of prestigious medical awards, an international speaker, and I am board certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery.”  

“When Charles Austin showed me his Total Body Board, I immediately told him that he was on to something huge that would have a major impact in the sports and fitness arena.  I was one of the first people to utilize the original slide board.  After seeing all the things that can be done with Charles’s Total Body Board, I was very impressed with how he took such a simple concept and turned it into something that can be used to make amazing strides in the sports performance, athletic training, rehabilitating injuries and overall fitness. With his Total Body Board, weight lifting exercises, sport specific exercises and rehab exercises for all injuries can be done on one single piece of equipment.  I haven’t seen any other piece of equipment that can do everything that can be done on the Total Body Board.  One other thing that makes the Total Body Board so great is it gives it’s user the ability to perform a total body, high intensity workout without putting a high level of stress on your joints and tendons.  I personally use the Total Body Board and have noticed significant progress in my strength and range of motion.”

Dr. Jesse DeLee
deleesportsmedicine.com


 

total-body-board-dr-baxterDr. Baxter specializes in foot and ankle surgery. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Dr. Baxter graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Mercer University in Macon, Georgia.

He received his Medical Doctorate from the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia. Dr. Baxter completed his Internship and Orthopedic Surgery Residency at the University of Texas Medical School and affiliated hospitals in Houston, Texas. After completion of residency, Dr. Baxter completed a fellowship in foot and ankle surgery under the direction of Roger Mann, M.D. in San Francisco, California.

Dr. Baxter has numerous awards and publications to his credit such as his 2 books and 27 peer review articles. Dr. Baxter has made many international presentations, and has been an invited visiting lecturer in 25 states. His faculty appointments have included: Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, Texas, 1974-2000; Director, Foot and Ankle Fellowship, University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, Texas, 1982-1990; Chief, Foot Service and Fellowship Program, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas, 1991- 2002. Dr. Baxter is a member of the following professional organizations: American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Club (Founder and Past President), American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society (Past President), Harris County Medical Society. Dr. Baxter is certified by the Memorial City Hospital and Methodist Hospital. In addition to his license, Dr. Baxter is certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery. His main interests are tarsal tunnel syndromes, sports injuries, and total ankles.

“I am very happy to be on the Total Body Board team with Charles! I have a Total Body Board and now I can lower my golf handicap!! We use it at the Athletic Orthopedics & Knee Center.  I wish I had the Total Body Board when I played college basketball 55 yrs ago! I would have gotten more than 605 rebounds and 965 points. And jumped much higher than 6’5″ western roll. Then I would have been a pro basketball player rather than an Orthopedic surgeon for 45 years. Every athlete should have the Total Body Board.”

Donald Baxter
aokc.net