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October 2013

edit post Keeping Athletes in the Game with Custom Sports Orthotics by Howard Hillman, CPed October 1, 2013 On a recent early morning, I sat in my sunroom getting ready

The New DuraWalk™ Foot

Low-activity feet are sometimes overlooked for flashier moderate-activity feet and for the potential of patient improvement. This no longer needs to be the case. The new DuraWalk™ Foot combines multiaxial

AOPA 2013 World Congress

To the theme of “A Whole New World,” more than 2,000 members of the O&P community from 43 countries convened for the 2013 American Orthotic & Prosthetic Association (AOPA) World

O&P Preparation for the Transition to ICD-10

All entities covered by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) will be required to transition to the tenth revision of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related

Prostheses in Physically Demanding Work

Although the American workplace continues to shift away from physically challenging civilian occupations dependent on strength and endurance, there are still occupations, such as those involving agriculture, where physical challenges

How to Fabricate a Molded KAFO, Part II

In the first installment of this series (The O&P EDGE, September 2013), I covered creating a positive mold and surfacing the mold. We also marked our ankle height, final AFO

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