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April 2020

edit post Wrong Turn Changes Snowmobiler’s Life by Betta Ferrendelli April 1, 2020 Scott Moltzan woke to sunny, blue skies on a cold day in Fargo, North Dakota, in January

The Influence of O&P on Biological Mechanical Kinematics

  I recently asked this question on the OANDP-L listserv: Is anybody interested in how the mechanical design and clinical application of extracorporeal orthotics, prosthetics, and robotics (OPR) might directly

Wrong Turn Changes Snowmobiler’s Life

Scott Moltzan woke to sunny, blue skies on a cold day in Fargo, North Dakota, in January 1998. The fields beyond his house were covered in freshly fallen snow. It

Got FAQs? – April 2020

  Billing for O&P devices and care is complicated. When you have questions, count on Got FAQs? to help keep your claims on track. This month’s column answers your questions

Editor’s Note – April 2020

Anyone who knows me knows that I’m a compulsive planner. I thrive on order, and having a plan and usually a plan B is conducive to that environment. But as

Managing Fall Risk

  The effects of a fall for patients with lower-limb amputations can be traumatic. Falls can delay their physical recovery, create financial hardship, and trigger a fear that limits their progress. 

Qualitative Research: A Different Way of Understanding

  How do we determine our patients’ needs and effective ways to meet those needs? This question is both philosophical and practical. Clinicians make decisions and recommendations every day based

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