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October 2011 Issue

October 2011

edit post The Value of Central Fabrication Facilities by The O&P EDGE October 10, 2011 With rising costs and declining reimbursements, what’s an O&P practice to do to maintain its

The Value of Central Fabrication Facilities

With rising costs and declining reimbursements, what’s an O&P practice to do to maintain its competitive edge? In last month’s EDGE Direct, we discussed how some practices do this by

Endolite Expands Training Program

EDGE Direct In support of the launch of the ORION, our newest microprocessor knee, Endolite is pleased to announce an expanded training program that includes certification courses for the ORION.

The Essential Guide to KAFO Fabrication Part 1

As a former steelworker, I see great similarity between building an office tower and fabricating a KAFO. Regardless of the architect or contractor, every skyscraper starts with the foundation, followed

Billing and Collections Q&A

Billing for O&P devices and care is complicated. When you have questions, count on “Got FAQs?” to help keep your claims on track. This month’s column addresses your questions about

Making the Case for Custom Liners

For 22 years I have opted to make custom-injected, molded inserts for my patients who wear transtibial prostheses instead of buying prefabricated inserts. As a business owner and from an

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