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May 2018

edit post The Million-dollar Fit: Companies Develop Affordable Prostheses for Use in Less Resourced Countries by Betta Ferrendelli December 27, 2020   Every year thousands of people in impoverished countries

Morton’s Extensions

  Few words on foot orthotic prescriptions cause as much confusion as the term Morton’s. Morton’s is simultaneously two different foot diagnoses, and three or more distinct orthotic modifications. One

2018 Policy Forum Draws Nearly 100 to DC

Live coverage from The O&P EDGE. The American Orthotic & Prosthetic Association (AOPA) 2018 Policy Forum was held March 7-8 in Washington DC, drawing about 96 O&P professionals, advocates, students,

Embracing Variety in Cultures and Perspectives

While the most appropriate O&P intervention varies by condition, mobility level, and the individual, so too can the patient’s culture and environment play a role in the practitioner’s choice of

Teachable Moments and Coaching Your Patients

All too often as I’m fitting first-time prosthesis users, patients mention that a physician told them that they would never walk again after their amputations and would be relegated to

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