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September 2007 Issue

September 2007

edit post Sports News by The O&P EDGE September 1, 2007 One Arm Trap Shoot a Blast During a break in the trash talk, the shooters pose for a picture.

Ripple Effects

The conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan have had a lasting, albeit varied, impact on the American psyche. According to a USA Today article , feelings range from patriotism and gratitude

Take the High Road When It Comes to Accreditation

The future of regulations for orthotic and prosthetic providers is changing. In 2003, the U.S. Congress included a provision in the far-reaching Medicare Modernization Act calling for the Centers for

Sports News

One Arm Trap Shoot a Blast During a break in the trash talk, the shooters pose for a picture. Photograph courtesy of the Upper Extremity National Outreach Coalition. The second

Hospital Arrangements with Suppliers Pose Risks

Marketing to potential customers is a “must” strategy if a company is to survive. Some of the best customers for O&P facilities are the hospitals and the hospital’s patients that

Portrait of an Activist: Dennis O’Donnell

Dennis O’Donnell With 28 states in play and a federal bill on the horizon, the Amputee Coalition of America (ACA) is working hard to ensure access to prosthetic care. But

Got FAQs?

Claim denials are difficult to identify and time-consuming to appeal. Don’t let them become the bane of your existence. When you need answers to your most pressing questions, count on

Taming the Pain: Jon Wilkins

Retired construction worker regains mobility after his elected amputation and develops a creative approach to combating chronic pain. Sherry Metzger Jon Wilkins understands that one of his sources for pain

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