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February 2018

edit post Long List of Health Policy Tops Congress’ Agenda by The O&P EDGE December 27, 2020 The second session of the 115th Congress began on January 8, and Congress

Conducting a Biomechanical Evaluation, Part II

In Part I of this series, we considered the biomechanical evaluation of the foot and ankle with a seated patient, and outlined some of the steps to test joint ranges

Evidence-based Practice: Do the Rules Apply to Us?

The role that research evidence should play in day-to-day practice has been one of the most formidable issues the O&P profession has addressed over the past few decades. The increased

Founding an O&P Student Society

In August 2017, the 22 students in the 2018 cohort of the California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) Orthotic and Prosthetic Education Program combined their academic and professional goals to

Mackie Joints: Treating the Extreme

I treated a patient with cerebral palsy during his physical therapy appointment. He had extreme wrist flexion contractures, elbow contractures, and hypertonia. The physical therapist had tried serial casting to

Osseointegration and the O&P Practitioner

  Disclaimer: The opinions or assertions contained herein are the private ones of the authors and are not to be construed as official or reflecting the views of the Department

Putting the Focus on Research and Education

  In anticipation of this month’s American Academy of Orthotists & Prosthetists (the Academy) Annual Meeting & Symposium educational event in New Orleans, this issue of The O&P EDGE highlights

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