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November 2004 Issue

November 2004

edit post The Pros and Cons of Computerized Foot Orthotic Technology by Miki Fairley November 1, 2004 We tend to take our feet for granted–until problems develop! Although many people

“We Can!”

In August of 2004, ten certified pedorthists broke new ground for our profession. They were the first certified pedorthists invited to treat athletes at a Summer Olympics. As part of

AOPA Meeting Draws Crowd Despite Hurricanes

Despite the spate of battering hurricanes, tropical storms, and concern of more possible attacks from the elements, the American Orthotic & Prosthetic Association (AOPA) 2004 National Assembly drew a sizable

ACA Promotes Equality in Care

The Amputee Coalition of America (ACA) is promoting equality in medical care with the Prosthetic Parity Law State Organizer’s Kit, the organization announced recently. After identifying access to care as

Triplanar Control for Foot Orthoses

Do corrective foot orthoses need to incorporate triplanar control? Marmaduke Loke, Dynamic Bracing Solutions, Encinitas, California, believes the answer is yes, and discusses his reasons below: Although my comments may

Olympics Brings Recognition to Pedorthics

What was it like to be part of the first-ever pedorthics team to volunteer at the Olympics? Excitement and enthusiasm overflow from Donna Robertson, CPed, ATC, as she describes her

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