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The Biomechanics of Running: Part 2

Injuries, Orthotics, and Shoes A previous article, “The Biomechanics of Running” (The O&P EDGE, March 2017), examined some of the unique aspects of the running cycle. Because running is a popular and

June 2017

edit post The Biomechanics of Running: Part 2 by The O&P EDGE December 27, 2020 Injuries, Orthotics, and ShoesA previous article, “The Biomechanics of Running” (The O&P EDGE, March 2017), examined

Making the Reimbursement Case for Advanced Lower-limb Technology

With a smart approach, getting third-party reimbursement for advanced lower-limb technology in this challenging healthcare landscape is possible, although practitioners may need to fight for their patients, according to the experts The O&P EDGE

Branding Your Customers

Making sure a potential customer knows about your business is the first step in marketing, and targeted marketing is the most cost-efficient method. With the small population of O&P patients, however, it

Meeting the Lower-limb Challenge

Helping patients with lower-limb impairments reach their full mobility potential comes with challenges, including reluctance from third-party payers to reimburse advanced technological solutions, finding the right solution for individual patients, and guiding patients through the rehabilitation

Researchers Developing Bio-inspired Prosthetic Knee

Appolinaire Etoundi, PhD, MEng, MSc, senior lecturer in mechatronics at University of the West of England (UWE Bristol), is leading the research that will analyze the functions, features, and mechanisms

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