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November 2011 Issue

November 2011

edit post Pedorthic Education, an Update by The O&P EDGE November 13, 2011 Requirements on Track to Transition to Associate-Degree Level As the first year of the new pedorthic education

Pedorthic Education, an Update

Requirements on Track to Transition to Associate-Degree Level As the first year of the new pedorthic education requirements draws to a close, The O&P EDGE takes a look at the progress

Las Vegas Hosts 94th Annual AOPA National Assembly

Live Coverage by The O&P EDGE Las Vegas, Nevada, was the destination of the 2011 American Orthotic & Prosthetic Association (AOPA) National Assembly, which provided O&P professionals with four days

Evolutionary Moments

In a world where change buzzes, sometimes almost dizzyingly, around us, our belief systems—our fundamental ways of understanding the world and our place in it—ground us. But when an established

Exploring a New Paradigm in Biomechanics

Do current theories of biomechanics adequately describe the functioning foot and lower limb? 5 O&P EDGE, July 2011, www.oandp.com/articles/2011-07_06.asp) to present some of the scientific evidence supporting the use of

The Essential Guide to KAFO Fabrication, Part 2

How to Set Up Proper Alignment They’re coming. Scanning tools, software, and milling machines will one day be able to duplicate every contour of a patient’s leg, making it possible

Ricci Milan: Untapped

  Ricci Milan believes the allure of tap dancing is that not only can the audience watch the dancer—how he moves his body, how his emotions run through his body—but

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

Face to Face: Molly Cooper CPO, LPO

Molly Cooper discovered O&P while in her high school library perusing an encyclopedia of careers. She reached for the middle book-P-and when she placed it on her desk, it opened

Motion Is My Passion

Motion is my passion. I grew up skating and playing hockey; as a young adult I skied, walked, hiked, and ran. My favorite sport currently is longboarding. My son, Gunnar,

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