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April 2017

edit post Success With Pediatric Patients by John Brinkmann, MA, CPO, LPO, FAAOP April 1, 2017 If you were asked to describe successful professional behaviors for working with pediatric patients,

Pediatric Care Requires Dynamic Thinking

Working with children, whether the discipline is educational, medical, psychological, or daily care, takes a special skillset-the ability to communicate on a level they can understand, provide a sense of

Experimental Pope Wrist Unit Modification

In this Innovation article, The O&P EDGE presents problem-solving techniques developed by an upper-limb prosthesis user to address durability issues. Background I sustained bilateral hand amputations in an accident in

Billing and Collections Q&A

Q: I recently opened my own office and initially will be doing the billing myself. I have a few questions regarding billing for diabetic shoes and inserts, and have received

OANDP-L Yields Advice for Treating Neck Pain

A physician recently asked me to consult on a patient who has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS), an inherited condition that results in hypermobile joints and often leads to dislocations. The patient

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