Monday, November 29, 2021

January 2013

edit post The Poetry of Osseointegration by Phil Stevens MEd, CPO, FAAOP January 1, 2013 Patient-Oriented Evidence that Matters…to Patients Over the last several years, there has been a steady

Welcome to O&Pedia

Welcome to O&Pedia O&P, just like every other industry, profession, sport, and hobby, has its own “language”—an amalgamation of acronyms, words, organizations, processes, and procedures. Although those new to the

Shaping Covers and Applying Skin

There are many different types of prosthetic leg covers and fabrication materials. You need to know upfront what your end result should be before you make a decision about components.

Leo Millar: Drive at the Heart of All He Does

11-year-old Leo Millar aims to be a future golf champion. Leo Millar was born without a right hand, but that hasn’t stopped the 11-year-old from becoming a brown belt in

Jennifer Klein, CPO, MS, PCT

Born and raised in Redding, California, Jennifer Klein’s journey in O&P and healthcare has taken her not only around the country but also around the world. After completing her bachelor’s

O&P Abroad: Recirculation of O&P Wealth

The Florida O&P Outreach Team (FOOT Foundation) completed another trip to Guatemala on September 22, 2012. More than 40 children were fit with much needed orthoses and prostheses. Just as

Clinical Benefits are Critical to Reimbursement Success

Since 1999, C-Leg has been the subject of more than 40 clinical studies of microprocessor-controlled knees (MPK). Not in-house studies, but published, peer-reviewed clinical research—the kind that makes payers sit

Welcome Back!

Login to your account below

Retrieve your password

Please enter your username or email address to reset your password.

The O&P EDGE Magazine
Are you sure want to unlock this post?
Unlock left : 0
Are you sure want to cancel subscription?