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July 2020

edit post Filling a Transtibial Elongated Positive Plaster Mold by The O&P EDGE July 1, 2020 Distal tissue elongation is a common occurrence in transtibial sockets with locking liners. Various

Breast Prostheses Add Immeasurable Value

Prosthetists and orthotists are in the business of compassion. Nothing is so rewarding as seeing a person once ill, physically disabled, or emotionally broken, regain his or her quality of

Deliberate Practice: The Path to Excellence

ESPN’s recent documentary The Last Dance chronicles the story of Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls during the 1997-98 season as they competed for their sixth NBA championship. While Jordan’s

Filling a Transtibial Elongated Positive Plaster Mold

Distal tissue elongation is a common occurrence in transtibial sockets with locking liners. Various gel liner manufacturers offer matrix systems to reduce distal tissue elongation and limb pistoning during ambulation.

The New Normal

If I were to describe the first half of 2020, a few words that come to mind are unexpected, uncertain, unfamiliar, and unimaginable. No matter how much we talk about

Editor’s Note

O&P care is far more encompassing than the provision of devices, but the devices are an essential element of restoring function and mobility to patients. Despite advances in scanning, CAD/CAM,

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