Tuesday, June 21, 2022

July 2012

edit post Fabricating Orthoses with a Low-Temperature Inner Layer by Tony Wickman, CTPO July 1, 2012 Sometimes, advances in material sciences can provide big benefits to our patients—and be a

eX7 Motocross: Tough Competition

An early morning rain made for great track conditions at the seventh annual Extremity Games (eX7) motocross event, held May 26 at the Baja Acres track in Millington, Michigan. There

Billing and Collections Q&A

Denials are difficult to identify and time-consuming to appeal. When denials have you at your wit’s end, “Got FAQs?” can help you get your billing back on track. This month’s

Treating Metatarsalgia

Metatarsalgia is a global term to describe forefoot pain. It covers pain occurring at the metatarsal heads, the metatarsophalangeal joints (MPJs), or in the soft tissue in that region and

Building a Better Patient

What’s that you say? We don’t build patients; we build orthotics and prosthetics? Not according to some advice Doc Davis gave me a few years back. I was proud of

In Memoriam: William “Bill” Peterson

William “Bill” Peterson, CPed, Tucson, Arizona, passed away May 8, 2012, after a prolonged battle with cancer. He was 68. Peterson had more than 35 years of pedorthic experience, including

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