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November 2013

edit post Dennis W. Dillard, CPed, CTO by The O&P EDGE November 1, 2013 High school band teacher turned computer programmer turned O&P professional, Dennis W. Dillard, CPed, CTO, says

Partial-foot Amputation and Its Unexpected Evidence

Research takes a long time. The process requires a research team to design an experiment, secure funding, recruit study subjects, analyze the data, and push its findings through the time-consuming

Target Practice: Marketing Your Pedorthic Business

Are you taking a scattershot approach to your pedorthic marketing program, or are you targeting your market with a single shot? Marketing a pedorthic business does not need to be

Keeping Us on Our Feet

Having spent many hours in dance studios while completing a college dance minor, I have a deep understanding of the necessity of proper foot care. I put my feet through

Séamus Kennedy, BEng (Mech), CPed

In Irish poet Séamus Heaney’s 1995 Nobel Prize acceptance speech, he reflected that his career “became a journey where each point of arrival…turned out to be a stepping stone rather

Pes Cavus: Treating the High Arched Foot

“Think of the magic of that foot, comparatively small, upon which your whole weight rests. It’s a miracle, and the dance is a celebration of that miracle.” —Martha Graham Although

Billing and Collections Q&A

Billing for O&P devices and care is complicated. Count on “Got FAQs?” to help ensure you are using the most current and accurate information when preparing your claims. This month’s

The Impact of the ACA on Pedorthic Practices

With the Affordable Care Act (ACA) moving toward implementation in January, pedorthic experts have been trying to gauge the impact the new law will have on their profession. In truth,

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