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November 2012

edit post Quality Assurance: Are We Doing a Good Job? by Tony Wickman, CTPO November 1, 2012 When I started in this industry in 1984, I was amazed to find

Pedorthic Solutions during Pregnancy

While expectant mothers may be most focused on their growing abdomens and the needs of their unborn children, they may be feeling the effects of pregnancy on their feet as

Plenty of Shoes to Fill

The typical adult human skeleton has 206 bones. The human feet—with 26 bones each—account for just over 25 percent of the bones in the human body. From a purely statistical

Pedorthics: Times, They Are A-Changin’

If there is one thing that it seems everyone in the orthotic, prosthetic, and pedorthic professions can agree on, it’s that the industry is continually changing. With increasing documentation requirements

Quality Assurance: Are We Doing a Good Job?

When I started in this industry in 1984, I was amazed to find out that there wasn’t any federal or state oversight in the production of orthoses or prostheses. You

Bev Combs: Putting Her Best Foot Forward

If the shoe fits, wear it. Not many people understand this statement as well as Bev Combs. For most of her life, she had been relegated to wearing black, orthopedic

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