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April 2006 Issue

April 2006

edit post Helping Obese Patients by Weight Management, not Diet by Jeff Fredrick, MS, CO, BOCP April 1, 2006 The same America that expects to attain viable longevity into its

Do You ISPO?

Sixteen years ago as prosthetic students at UCLA’s Long-term Certificate Program in Prosthetics, we were introduced to the organizations of the O&P profession. The alphabet soup was thinner then, as

O&P Humanitarian Database Seeks Updates

The Digital Resource Foundation for the O&P Community (DRFOP) maintains the O&P Humanitarian Database , a collaborative project aimed at promoting humanitarian organizationsthat servethe orthotics and prosthetics profession worldwide. The

CIR Brings Prosthetic Services to Developing Nations

Photo courtesy of Center for International Rehabilitation The Center for International Rehabilitation (CIR) is a Chicago-based nonprofit organization committed to assisting landmine survivors and people with disabilities worldwide in achieving

The Bellacure Treatment Device—Revisited

When a new orthotic contender appears on the market from nowhere, and its claims appear almost too good to be true, a dubious world naturally clamors for outcomes–documentation–quantitative evidence one

Pre-Preg Carbon Dynamic Orthosis

Have we found the evolution of lower-extremity orthotics? We pose a question to orthotic practitioners: “Are your patients benefiting completely from the devices you are designing for them?” We may

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