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February 2003 Issue

February 2003

edit post ISO 9001 for Nonprofits: Is It Worth the Expense? by Mick Stimpson, CPO (UK) February 1, 2003 Many prosthetic and orthotic service providers in the industrialized world have

From the Editor

Inservices-this is an area where marketing, community service, and better patient care all meet. Educating professionals in other disciplines about O&P services helps the O&P practitioner, colleagues in related rehab

PFA Meeting Attendance Soars

“To move the profession forward and to find new effective treatments and techniques, someone always needs to be pushing the therapeutic envelope”-Ian Alexander, MD, FRCS(c), orthopedic surgeon and keynote speaker

Inservices: Pathway to Success

Hosting an inservice is one of the most fundamental and successful ways to educate existing and potential referral sources. Whether it’s a daylong presentation series to hundreds of attendees or

Jay Martin, CP

Scott Sabolich Prosthetic & Research Center Oklahoma City, Oklahoma What book are you currently reading? I wish! I’m too busy to even start one right now! What is your favorite

LTI VariGrip III Features Multi-Device Control

The latest advance in microprocessor technology for powered upper-limb prosthetic systems is the Programmable VariGrip” III Multi-Device Prosthetic Controller from LTI. This controller operates up to four powered prosthetic devices

Release that Snapshot!

Over the years as the field of orthotics and prosthetics has become integrated into the global healthcare environment, the need for marketing services has increased. Many vendors and clinical facilities

ISO 9001 for Nonprofits: Is It Worth the Expense?

Many prosthetic and orthotic service providers in the industrialized world have realized the benefits of achieving ISO 9001:2000 accreditation. Until now, this has not been replicated in the developing world.

Amputee Reaches Goal, Becomes Police Officer

After massive flooding from a rain-swollen river, half the town of South River, New Jersey, was evacuated. A disabled elderly man was trapped in a house which nobody could reach.

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