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February 2016

edit post Study Evaluates Resilience, Pain Interference After Upper-Limb Loss by The O&P EDGE February 1, 2016 The authors of the study concluded that resilience may facilitate adjustment through beneficial

Refining the Portrait of Late Effects of Polio

I treat fewer patients with post-polio syndrome (PPS) than I used to. I suspect this is true for most clinicians who have a decade or two of clinical experience. As

Rethinking the Person and the Population

One of the challenges in providing O&P care is that each patient presents uniquely, whether in gait deviations, skin conditions, motivation levels, or that no two residual limbs are alike.

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