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January 2010 Issue

January 2010

edit post Barr Foundation Steps Up to U.S. ISPO Code of Conduct by The O&P EDGE January 13, 2010 Providing humanitarian O&P care in a foreign economy and political milieu

Got FAQs?

The new year brings with it new L-Codes as well as discontinued ones. Rather than dealing with time-consuming denials, count on “Got FAQs?” to help keep you on top of

The Future of Physical Restoration

As a nation and as a field, we have not developed a strong, sustainable prosthetics research framework, nor sufficiently transitioned the results of recent research into tangible results that impact

O&P Technicians Catch the Wave

Although changes in the O&P technician’s role, status, education, and training aren’t happening overnight, the wave is definitely rolling. Energizing forces include the knowledge explosion throughout the healthcare continuum, the

Jumping into 2010

Here at The O&P EDGE, we’re jumping into 2010 with both feet. We’re starting off the new year with a thriving print magazine and a growing online community. One of

Garcia-Tolson Becomes Ironman, a First

A triumphant Garcia-Tolson crosses the Ironman Arizona finish line Rudy Garcia-Tolson became the first Ironman with bilateral transfemoral amputations when he crossed the finish line at the Ford Ironman Arizona

Rocking and Rolling with Heavy Metal

In the early days of my career, plastic braces were the wave of the future, and conventional metal orthoses were “old fashioned.” But over the years, I’ve managed to find

Face to Face: Byung Ho Kim

Byung Ho Kim’s life history reads like an archetypal American story. Born in Seoul, South Korea, the youngest child of five began working at an early age after his father

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