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January 2006 Issue

January 2006

edit post 104 Disabled Athletes Display Prowess at Exciting San Diego Triathlon by Tina Eichner January 1, 2006 The crisp air was filled with anticipation as countless swimmers assembled on

Paul Hendrickson, CP

Paul Hendrickson, CP Ascent Orthotics & Prosthetics Denver, Colorado What is your favorite website? If you weren’t in O&P, what would be your next career choice? Working up on

Got FAQs?

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

Prosthetist Keeps Poultry in Motion

Q: Why did the chicken cross the road? A: Well, in this case he was searching for the newest Amputee Prosthetic Clinic in south Georgia. Jim Young, CP, FAAOP, was

2006 Trends: Deja Vu All Over Again?

In preparation for this article, I reread my December 2002 retrospective for The EDGE and was struck by how apropos the summary statement from that era still remained: “Most P&O

Licensure: Learning from Mistakes

Sadly, the biggest mistake made in the pursuit of licensure to date is the delay in starting sooner–a mistake that has already cost the profession dearly, believes John N. Billock,

Licensure: If There’s a Small Population

Pursuing licensure is more difficult in a state which has a very low population of O&P providers, and hence has less dedicated manpower to support the legislative initiatives and fewer

Licensure: Is Anybody Still Opposed?

A.J. Filippis, CPO, Wright & Filippis, Rochester Hills, Michigan, still has serious concerns about embracing licensure: “Because of the relatively small size of our industry, we are probably not going

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