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October 2004 Issue

October 2004

edit post The Man Behind the Mask by Meredy Fullen October 1, 2004 Many people watched on national television as the Detroit Pistons triumphed over the Los Angeles Lakers in

Amy Purdy Takes On Hollywood

Appropriately nicknamed “Purdygirl” among her circle of family and friends, Amy Purdy has taken Hollywood by storm, making her presence known. Although Amy is a youthful and energetic 24-year-old, her

Reimbursement: The Future Is Now

The American population is growing older. The “baby boomers” are getting to the age where they will increasingly rely on the Medicare system to provide for their orthotic and prosthetic

From the Editor

Take a mind-bending journey through the world of tomorrow’s practitioner in the feature article, “Today’s Dreams, Tomorrow’s Reality in O&P Technology,” by Paul Prusakowski, CPO, FAAOP. What’s amazing is that

Turning Dreams to Promises

Returning to Nashville, Tennessee, after a decade-long absence, the Amputee Coalition of America (ACA) hosted a record 726 attendees at the 14th Annual Educational Conference & Exposition, August 57, making

CAPO Conference Impressive

The Canadian Association of Prosthetists and Orthotists (CAPO) biannual conference is Canada’s largest national O&P event. According to several exhibitors, 2004 CAPO, held in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, was a very

The Man Behind the Mask

Many people watched on national television as the Detroit Pistons triumphed over the Los Angeles Lakers in the 2004 National Basketball Association (NBA) championship finals. Especially notable for his performance

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