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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.

A Man’s (or Woman’s) Best Friend

Facing a medical challenge and the possibility of amputation is never an easy situation, even when the patient in question happens to have four legs instead of two. Last October,

“Camp of Champs” for Paratriathletes

Sixteen aspiring paratriathletes and three athlete mentors participated in the third annual Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) Dodge Paratriathlon Camp in San Diego, California, August 25-28. It’s not just any camp,

Cadence Biomedical’s Kinetic Orthosis

First Steps: Inspired by nature, Cadence Biomedical’s Kinetic Orthosis helps users walk. After Heather Montag took her first solo steps in more than six years, she had one word to

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