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February 2012

edit post ‘Young Turk’ Views O&P through Wide-Angle Lens by The O&P EDGE February 10, 2012 Growing up in a military family and living in several countries has given Shane

WillowWood Expands Alpha Liner Offerings

EDGE Direct Due to popular demand of the Alpha® Hybrid Liners and customer requests, WillowWood is pleased to announce new liner options in both custom and prefabricated liners. Select fabric

Service-Oriented Care: Can It Be Taught?

  Now, as never before, there appears to be increased humanitarian concern for those who are in urgent need of O&P products and care but are unable to acquire them.

An Update on the Hanger Clinic in Haiti

Ivan R. Sabel, CPO, chairman of the board of directors for Hanger Orthopedic Group, Austin, Texas, and chairman of the Hanger Ivan R. Sabel Foundation provided The O&P EDGE with

Doing Good Is Good for Business

Mother Teresa once said, “We cannot all do great things, but we can do small things with great love.” When one gives monetarily or of their time and effort, the

Anthony Brown, PhD: Moving Beyond Existence

Those who wish to control their own lives and move beyond existence as mere clients and consumers—those people ride a bike. —Wolfgang Sachs, of the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment

If Disaster Strikes: Will You Be Prepared?

What three O&P facilities are doing to rebuild, and what you can learn from them. According to the National Weather Service (NWS) and the Insurance Information Institute (III), earthquakes, tornados,

Young Turks: Who Are They Now?

Last month, The O&P EDGE article, “Young Turks: Where Are They Now?” touched base with O&P professionals who were featured in the December 2002 article, “The Young Turks: How Are

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