Albany, NY– Local Orthopaedic Surgeon Louie Soler doesn’t take chances inside or outside of the operating room.
When he goes out for his monthly cardio workout consisting of rollerblading 2 miles, he always protects his most precious resources; his hands and wrists.
Well before Soler started his in-line jaunts, he knew the dangers he faced taking to the mean streets for occasional fitness. He’s treated countless fractures of the wrist and hands sustained while skateboarding, scootering, roller skating and rollerblading.
Knowing the risks, he bought the finest pair of red velour designer European wrist guards he could find in a men’s smedium.
When asked why he doesn’t wear a helmet, Soler was quite cavalier “I don’t wear a helmet for the same reason I don’t have comprehensive insurance on my ‘86 Pontiac Fiero, complete damage would be a minimal loss.”
Soler was last seen strapping on his blades and skating across the Surgery center parking lot rocking out to Enrique Iglesias on his Walkman while wearing a women’s medium Messi jersey, wrist guards and no helmet.