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March 2014

edit post New Alpha Liner Absorbs Heat and Reduces Sweat by The O&P EDGE March 1, 2014 New Liner Technology Presently, all prosthetic liners act as insulators, holding heat from

Designing a Paralympian’s Device

Jeff Erenstone, CPO, chief designer of Performance Orthotic Design and president and head clinician of Mountain Orthotic & Prosthetic Services, both located in Lake Placid, New York, specializes in crafting

O&P: We’ve Come a Long Way

I’ve loved watching sci-fi movies since I was a kid. Star Wars was the first movie that I saw in the theater. Aliens and The Terminator were my go-to movies

Notes from US ISPO: PacRim 2014

Pacific Rim (PacRim) 2014, a Pacific Forum for Physical Rehabilitation, sponsored by the U.S. Member Society of the International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics (US ISPO) in cooperation with The

Risk Factors for Plagiocephaly

In a previous article, I discussed the commonly expressed concerns of parents of infants with deformational plagiocephaly regarding potential functional deficits associated with the condition (“Beyond Cosmetic Concerns: Functional Deficits

New Alpha Liner Absorbs Heat and Reduces Sweat

New Liner Technology Presently, all prosthetic liners act as insulators, holding heat from the residual limb which can cause an amputee to sweat. The Alpha® SmartTemp Liner blends silicone with

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