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October 2007 Issue

October 2007

edit post Dennis Gordon: Triple Amputee Isn’t Spinning His Wheels by Sherry Metzger, MS October 1, 2007 Dennis Gordon just wants to be an ordinary guy. But nothing about this

Controlling A/R with Finance Options

Offering alternatives can keep the red off your face and away from your bottom line. Patients today are faced with more financial responsibility than ever, but so too are practitioners.

6 Steps to a Successful Phone Screen

First Contact: Dialing Your Future Employees (and Weeding Out Others) You need to hire a new employee soon, and it can’t be just any warm body, but wading through the

From Disability to Hyper-Ability?

Rapidly advancing technology blurs the line of equality in competition. South Africa’s Oscar Pistorius (left) competes next to Italy’s Marco Moraglio in a mens 400m race. Pistorius has magnified the


As we close out this issue of The O&P EDGE , we’re well into the planning season for our next year of editorial content. Planning for the future inevitably leads

Everybody Needs to Be EDGY about This

Being edgy is hard on your health at least that’s what Doc is always telling me. I’ve been doing pretty good not letting things get to me. Pretty good indeed…until

Sports News

CAF, PC Athletes Take on the Big Apple’ The Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF), San Diego, California, traded sandy beaches and surfboards for skyscrapers and subway trains, as CAF representatives, athletes,

Paddy Rossbach, RN: Consumer Power

Paddy Rossbach is truly a Renaissance woman-a passionate driving force for amputees’ quality of life, a staunch, outspoken consumer advocate, an organizer, a mover and shaker-and a noted horsewoman in

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