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May 2004 Issue

May 2004

edit post From the Editor: Hard Questions, No Easy Answers by Miki Fairley May 1, 2004 It’s time to take a long look at the big picture. Where does O&P

Phantom Pain: Unlocking a Mystery

An accomplished amateur athlete named John had lost his left arm just below the elbow. “When I play tennis, my phantom will do what it’s supposed to do,” John said.

John E. Messer, CO

John E. Messer, CO ABC O&P Mobile, Alabama What is the best advice you’ve ever received? Golden Rule–treat others like you would like to be treated. What is your favorite

Got FAQs?

The future of your practice depends on knowledgeable billing and collection information. Understanding the full aspect of billing guidlines and procedures will effectively increase your reimbursement. This informative column will

Ghanaian Helps Disabled Countrymen

About 27 years ago, a young man was born in Ghana with a short femur and knee dislocation in his right leg. This was not a great start in life,

Where Should Our Focus Really Be?

As I sit down to write this editorial, the field is enveloped in yet another controversy. It will be interesting to see how this ABC/BOC battle plays out. In the

Young Prosthetists Enhance Skills in Ecuador

“I learned to problem-solve without conventional means. It was like taking the textbook principles and applying them as far outside the box as possible. I learned to be less wasteful

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