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March 2008 Issue

March 2008

edit post FES: The ‘Quiet Revolution’ by Miki Fairley March 1, 2008 Photograph courtesy of Bioness Inc. FES devices may actually be assisting the brain to recover function through a

Technology in Practice

Reviewing product information at a manufacturer’s website with a patient while in the patient room. You probably already have computers in many areas of your practice, but have you ever

Immediate Improvement for Foot Drop Patients

More than 700 orthotists and clinicians now offer a prescription that can provide an immediate, substantial improvement in the gait of patients with foot drop. Using sophisticated sensor technology, WalkAide®

Laminations and Carbon Fiber

Not all carbon fiber braid is created equal. There are two main suppliers for carbon braid and several different variations within each company. The two main differences in the variations

Hannah Ganoe: Growing Up with WalkAide

Brady Delander As Hannah Ganoe plays basketball, she uses a bit too much muscle. Instead of dropping her shots softly through the hoop, she rears back and fires the foam

Five questions for Kevin Scribner, CO

Kevin Scribner, CO, is the director of orthotics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, where he teaches in the residency programs for orthopedics, neurosurgery, neurology, rheumatology, and

Got FAQs?

Denials are difficult to identify and time consuming to appeal. Because we know you want to do it right the first time so your payments are not delayed, count on

Virginia Pulls Out All the Stops

On January 24, amputees from across the state of Virginia visited the capitol to meet with lawmakers to urge them to support Senate Bill 645. SB 645 would require that

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