NJ School Nurse Invents Back Brace After Personal Injury

 In Nurses Weekly

Rosalie Dudkiewicz, not known for staying still, has worked as a school nurse for West Orange Public Schools since 1999; but since 2014, she has been working on sharing her invention, the Zero Compression Back Brace, with as many people as she can.

As a nurse, Dudkiewicz lives for being able to help others. So when she was placed on disability after a medical procedure gone wrong, she was not sure if she would ever be able to return to work.

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