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August 2007 Issue

August 2007

edit post Portrait of an Activist: Sean Brame by Morgan Sheets August 1, 2007 Sheets and Brame The Amputee Coalition of America (ACA) has made a great deal of progress

‘Robotic Tendon’ Puts Spring Back in Steps

New device could provide amputees with a more powerful stride. When complete, the aptly nicknamed SPARKy device-short for Spring Ankle with Regenerative Kinetics-is expected to provide functionality with enhanced ankle

Guides Tackle Challenges Facing O&P Services

The state of prosthetics and orthotics services is in serious need of attention in low-income countries, where the services have remained in a stagnant or declining condition for years. This

Five Questions for Rhonda F. Turner

Rhonda F. Turner, PhD, MBA, JD, CFM, BOCPO , is a self-proclaimed Parrot Head with a lifelong passion for medicine and an unquenchable desire for new challenges. Born in Philadelphia,

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Denials are difficult to identify and time-consuming to appeal. With competitive bidding, mandatory accreditation, aging technology, and increased billing errors, running an O&P shop gets more complicated each year. Count

Portrait of an Activist: Sean Brame

Sheets and Brame The Amputee Coalition of America (ACA) has made a great deal of progress over the past year in the fight for prosthetic parity. Seven states now have

Making the Sale and Securing a Residency

Securing a residency started at an ideal time-midterms! Having been eager to figure out where I would be living after graduation, I dialed countless phone numbers from the start of

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