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November 2015

edit post Superheroes Among Us by Erin Cammarata November 1, 2015 We have all heard stories or seen videos of a crime being committed in which no one jumped in

Thrive! Reinventing Life With Activity-specific Prostheses

Emerging prosthetic technologies such as the DEKA Arm, the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory’s Modular Prosthetic Limb (MPL), and the Alfred Mann Foundation’s Implantable Myoelectric Sensor (IMES) often lead

Measures of Success: Real and Potential

The experiences of people with upper-limb amputations vary significantly compared to people with lower-limb amputations, and their prosthetic care poses unique challenges as well-it’s generally accepted that there is a

OPAF First Swing Clinics Held in Idaho

Rehab Systems Orthotic and Prosthetic Technologies, Boise and Twin Falls, Idaho, hosted back-to-back OPAF First Swing Learn to Golf Clinics on September 11 and 12. Area therapists, practitioners, and professional

Ryan Beesley: Moto On

Riding a dirt bike takes hand-foot coordination and a balance between throttle and clutch control. To get rolling from a standstill with the motor running, you squeeze the clutch lever

The “New” Pelite Liner: The Duralite Liner

There are a lot of different interfaces for prostheses, ranging from the classic Pelite liner to gel liners to flexible inner sockets. When selecting which interface to use, it is

Superheroes Among Us

We have all heard stories or seen videos of a crime being committed in which no one jumped in to help. Is it that the witnesses are horrible people? Are

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