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September 2009 Issue

September 2009

edit post Post-Stroke Recovery: Helping the Brain Fight Back by Miki Fairley September 1, 2009 Types of Stroke There are two main types of stroke. Ischemic stroke occurs when a

Billing and Collections Q&A

Running an O&P practice is complicated. When you receive a denial and don’t understand why, count on ‘Got FAQs?’ to help you find the information you need. This month’s column

Chesapeake Wood: ‘Full of Smiles’

Imagine the heft in your hand of a Harry Potter hardback, a small bag of sugar, or -for those of more extravagant tastes-a silken pouch holding 21 troy ounces of

Five Questions for Bobbi Van Riper, CFm, RFM

Bobbi Van Riper, CFm, RFM, became involved in O&P after leaving behind a high-powered sales career with companies including Compugraphics, Xerox, Johnson & Johnson, the Colorado Rockies Hockey Club, Scitex,

Resolution of a Residency

The end of my orthotics residency is upon me, and I have found myself too busy tying up all of the loose ends to stop and let the reality of

Ohio Willow Wood Expands LimbLogic VS Applications

Ohio Willow Wood has expanded the applications of its elevated vacuum suspension system, LimbLogic™ VS. Prosthetists may advise patients that waterproof vacuum suspension is now a reality with LimbLogic VS.

Perspective on Post-Stroke Management

In a follow up to our coverage of post-stroke orthotic management, Roy Bowers, prosthetist/orthotist and senior lecturer at the National Centre for Prosthetics and Orthotics (NCPO), University of Strathclyde, Glasgow,

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