Monday, December 6, 2021

September 2018

edit post Advancing Care for Upper-limb Loss by ANDREA SPRIDGEN September 1, 2018 Providing upper-limb prosthetic care is often viewed as particularly difficult because of the complexity of trying to

Advancing Care for Upper-limb Loss

Providing upper-limb prosthetic care is often viewed as particularly difficult because of the complexity of trying to replicate the function of the human hand. Additionally, upper-limb prosthetic rehabilitation has been

Billing Company Secrets (Ssshhhh!)

  In our years in business handling over 100,000 O&P claims per year in 22 states, CBS Medical Billing and Consulting has acquired some important resources and strategies that help

Climbing to Westworld: Realism in Prosthetic Design

HBO’s science fiction series Westworld  is based in an amusement park populated with robotic creatures whose advanced construction and programming make them indistinguishable from humans. The realistic look, feel, and

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, I’m writing in response to The O&P EDGE’s  August articles on 3D printing. The issue of 3D printing isn’t so much that digital innovation will make prosthetists and

OPERF Turns Ten

  This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Orthotic and Prosthetic Education and Research Foundation (OPERF), a nonprofit organization established to raise the standards of research in O&P. Founded

The Value of a Washington DC Education

  The following is a firsthand account of lessons learned from the ten-week fellowship I experienced this summer as the Inaugural Fellow of the National Association for the Advancement of

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