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June 2012

edit post WREX: Giving Kids a Lift through Life’s Motions by The O&P EDGE June 6, 2012 Raising a spoon to eat, using a toothbrush, lifting a hairbrush, raising a

Why I Became a Pedorthist

A tongue in cheek (or tongue in shoe) look at how fairy tale history might have to be rewritten if Prince Charming had become a pedorthist. Ballroom dancing is my

Orthotic Technology Enters a New Age

Groundbreaking and even life-altering mobility and rehabilitative devices are proliferating in the United States and internationally. These technologies-including robotic exoskeletons, power-assisted AFOs and KAFOs, hybrid orthoses that use functional electrical

Powered AFOs: New Roles for Evolving Technology

Considering new roles for technology that isn’t ready for prime time in its original form may seem inappropriate. However, for nearly 20 years, researchers worldwide have been striving to develop

16 Days

Claire Lomas of Leicestershire, United Kingdom, completed the 2012 London Marathon on May 8. She completed the race 16 days after she started. She averaged two miles per day, according

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