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June 2008 Issue

June 2008

edit post Transpelvic, Hip Disarticulation Amputation: Taking Prosthetics to the Highest Level by Miki Fairley June 1, 2008 Christina Skoski, MD The most important thing to keep in your mind

Technology in Practice

Accreditation deadlines are coming up, and it’s time to get our policies and procedures tidied up and ready to be placed under the microscope of one of the accreditation agencies

Getting in the Game.. .Staying in the Game

Heath Calhoun: A Man for All Seasons Heath Calhoun enjoys a good rush of endorphins. “Going on a two-mile jog will always make you feel better,” he says. “You may

Pain Management Methods

A broad and creative variety of techniques, devices, and strategies for managing pain experienced by the amputee have been utilized over the years, and new ideas emerge as older methods

(Almost) Everybody Hurts

In preparing for this issue, I did a Google™ search on the term “chronic pain.” The search yielded more than seven million results. The top results ranged from a Wikipedia

Improve Your Negotiating Power and Profitability

You didn’t enter this profession to analyze data, and you probably have an intense disdain for “bean-counters.” At the same time, your science/technology side acknowledges the need for validation of

Susan L. Kapp, MEd, CPO, LPO

Susan L. Kapp, MEd, CPO, LPO, stepped on to the campus of Texas A&M University, College Station, in the mid 1970s, ready to experience not only the university lifestyle but

Wayne Renardson: Expressions of Freedom

“To be free is to have achieved your life,” wrote Pulitzer Prize-winning Southern playwright Tennessee Williams. A self-proclaimed “old boy” with ties to the South himself, Wayne Renardson often quotes

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