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December 2012 Issue

December 2012

edit post Using a Multifaceted Approach to Treat Aging Feet by Howard Hillman, CPed December 1, 2012 remains underserved and ill-informed regarding solutions available for their painful feet. It is

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.

O&P’s Family Tree: A Sneak Peek

For three or more generations, these families have maintained their passion for the O&P profession through changes in technology, business climate, and family relationships. The O&P EDGE  is pleased to

Negotiating the New World of Upper-Limb Prostheses

It has taken two wars, innumerable improvised explosive devices (IEDs), and thousands of injured servicemen and women to push prosthetists forward in the management of upper-limb amputations. The terminal device

Face to Face: John D. King, CP

John King says his life’s calling is to serve others. This is evidenced by his military service as a Hospital Corpsman during the Vietnam War, his pursuit of a bachelor’s

Billing and Collections Q&A

Running an O&P facility in today’s landscape of enhanced scrutiny and changing billing requirements can leave even the most seasoned billing professional feeling frustrated. If you have a billing question,

Hector Picard: Don’t Stop Living

When Hector Picard introduces himself to an audience, he begins by saying he is a son, brother, husband, and father of four. He runs a hand through his short hair

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