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January 2012

edit post Our Changing Profession by The O&P EDGE January 13, 2012   In honor of our tenth anniversary, we are pleased to present Looking Back, Looking Ahead, a celebration

Our Changing Profession

  In honor of our tenth anniversary, we are pleased to present Looking Back, Looking Ahead, a celebration of the past, the present, and the future—not only for The O&P EDGE, but

The Near Future of O&P

“The single-most important thing to understand when we talk about the future of O&P is that clinicians need to stop seeing ourselves as giving people new limbs or braces; what

Young Turks: Where Are They Now?

In December 2002, The O&P EDGE published an article about a few of the up-and-comers in the orthotics and prosthetics profession (“The Young Turks: How Are They Impacting O&P?” The O&P EDGE, www.oandp.com/articles/2002-12_02.asp). As The

O&P 101: A Crash Course

What associations serve the O&P profession, what do they do, and what does it mean for you? Quick question: If you were in an elevator talking to a recent O&P

Are You Ready for a Party? We Are!

Ten years ago this month, Western Media LLC became an entity within the state of Colorado. Within four months, we launched the premier issue of The O&P EDGE at the

Our Changing Profession

In honor of our tenth anniversary, we are pleased to present Looking Back, Looking Ahead, a celebration of the past, the present, and the future—not only for The O&P EDGE,

Considerations for Wound Healing

Many O&P practitioners are directly involved in multi-specialty teams at wound care centers and diabetic clinics. Healing chronic wounds takes time, patience, skill, and a good deal of cooperation. The

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