Cary, N.C– Duke’s Department of Orthopaedics lent a hand on May 6th and 7th to the Wake County Special Olympics. Wake County Special Olympics helps over 1,200 athletes compete in year round sports, and several staff members from the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery went to provide medical care to any injured athletes. Ray Malaguti, Associate Director of Clinical Operations expressed his gratitude toward staff members, and his pleasure with how well the Special Olympics went. “It is activities like this that sets us apart, this makes the fourth year that we have participated and we will continue to participate in the future,” said Malaguti. A wonderful opportunity show how supporting and amazing a community can be the Special Olympics is always looking for the public to come support the athletes as they compete.