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October 2002 Issue

October 2002

edit post Physical Therapists: Partners or Competitors? by Miki Fairley October 1, 2002 When we posed this question, we were deluged with responses from orthotists, prosthetists, physical therapists, and practitioners

Kristin Bradley, CP, CP(c)

Sudbury Regional Hospital Sudbury, Ontario, Canada Did someone encourage you to work in O&P?My high school guidance counselor. What is your dream vehicle? A high-end Volvo-I’ll know it when I

Your Reputation: How Important Is It?

The most successful prosthetic practices in our country today are staffed by prosthetists who enjoy outstanding reputations. These professionals have earned their reputations by providing exceptional patient care. They make

From The Editor

Miki Fairley October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Many O&P facility staffs include caring, knowledgeable certified mastectomy fitters (CMFs), many of whom are themselves breast cancer survivors. They fit clients

New Prosthetic Foot Line Revealed

A new kid on the block, Freedom Innovations Inc. (FI), made its formal debut into the prosthetics world by announcing its Freedom Series of prosthetic feet at the 2002 American

Physical Therapists: Partners or Competitors?

When we posed this question, we were deluged with responses from orthotists, prosthetists, physical therapists, and practitioners who are both certified prosthetists/orthotists and physical therapists. This article includes views from

The Biomechanics of Amputee Running

Robert Gailey, PhD, PT The biomechanics of amputee running is an interesting area that is useful in clinical application. With prosthetic developments such as the Flex-Sprint and C-Sprint designs permitting

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