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July 2013

edit post Steve Martinez: “A Thriver, Not a Survivor” by Doug Chartier July 1, 2013 On a routine February morning in 2010, Steve Martinez, a store manager of a Dillons

Kelsey Wagner, BOCPD

While she was a sophomore in high school, Kelsey Wagner, BOCPD, knew she wanted to become an O&P practitioner. The following year she took extra classes so she could graduate

Billing and Collections Q&A

Denials are difficult to identify and time-consuming to appeal. If you have a billing question or a question about a denial, “Got FAQs?” can help you sift through the confusion

High School Student Creates Prosthetic Hand

“Making and taking things apart is a very common ‘cleverness’ of boys,” write Ros Bayley and Sally Featherstone in The Cleverness of Boys. Easton LaChappelle, 17, is no exception. What

The Benefits of Body Power

Current upper-limb prosthetic options can be divided into four categories: functional aesthetic, activity specific, body powered, and externally powered or bionic. Body-powered devices can be further subdivided into categories based

Warrior Games 2013: Everyone Is a Champion

Exclusive live coverage by The O&P EDGE About 230 wounded or ill U.S. service members and veterans pulled on their respective team jerseys—Air Force, Army, Navy/Coast Guard, Marine Corps, and

eXG8, Regional Games, and Adult Nationals

eXG8: Dirt-Fueled Fun Amidst a full day of racing at Baja Acres motocross track in Millington, Michigan, on May 25, Race 4 saw 16 Extremity Games 8 (eXG8) contenders line

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