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February 2009 Issue

February 2009

edit post For Love…and for Money by Karen Henry February 1, 2009 I’ve talked with a lot of O&P practitioners over the last couple of years, and one thing that

Endolite Enhances Quality of Life

Endolite is committed to help those who face mobility and quality of life challenges through continued research, innovation, and design of prosthetics that enable amputees to get busy living. We

CNN Hero David Puckett, CPO, LPO: Mission of Love

“Mercy…blesses him who gives it and him who receives it.”      -William Shakespeare David Puckett helps a bilateral amputee stand on new prosthetic feet. How does a man become a hero?

Peter Carey: Transforming Nations

Though recently retired, Peter Carey, MA, PhD, FRHistS, still carries the mien of the quintessential Oxford don – calm, with an intense gaze, immaculate intellect, and a tendency to inject

Darwin on Patient Evolution

As the O&P profession adapts to dramatically changing economic environmental pressures, are patient needs changing as well? Is natural selection at work in a scenario that promotes survival of the

For Love…and for Money

I’ve talked with a lot of O&P practitioners over the last couple of years, and one thing that I hear frequently is that people don’t enter the O&P profession for

Battling It Out in the States

Last year was exciting in the fight for parity. The Amputee Coalition of America (ACA) helped to introduce bills in 15 states and pass four new parity laws. New Jersey,

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