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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

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

Hands across the Ocean

International Group Collecting Data On Multiarticulating Hands After three years and six meetings on two continents, the Strategic Consortium for Upper-Limb Prosthetic Technologies (SCULPT) is set to launch its first

The Poetry of Osseointegration

Patient-Oriented Evidence that Matters…to Patients Over the last several years, there has been a steady escalation of interest in and research associated with the use of osseointegration (OI) as a

One of These Things Is Just Like the Other…

Or is it? Infants instinctively use comparative thinking to distinguish their mothers from other individuals. Indeed, this type of thinking is fundamental to the learning process. In an educational setting,

Joan Edelstein, MA, PT, FISPO, CPed

Dedicated to O&P Education For 30 years—from 1961 through 1991—Joan Edelstein, MA, PT, FISPO, CPed, was a senior research scientist in the Department of Prosthetics and Orthotics at New York

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