Thursday, December 2, 2021

Editor’s Note – February 2021

As any clinician can tell you, deciding which O&P device to recommend for a patient is multifaceted. Practitioners consider their own experience, research, the patients’ clinical presentation and personal preferences,

Population Growth Demands More O&P Education

  A  fundamental global change is required in the approach to the underlying educational assumptions of the O&P profession. As of 2011, more than a billion people experienced disability, one-third

The Present and Future of Powered Knees

There are over 270,000 people with transfemoral amputations in the United States, with around 40,000 new patients each year.1 Many of them use prosthetic devices to regain independence and mobility; however,

K2 Ambulator Options Evolve With Seniors in Mind

As aging baby boomers contribute to the growth of the elderly population, the population  of K2 ambulators also grows, increased by amputations due to vascular disease—and,  consequently, the demand for fresh prosthetic

February 2021

edit post Editor’s Note – February 2021 by Andrea Spridgen February 1, 2021 As any clinician can tell you, deciding which O&P device to recommend for a patient is multifaceted.

Got FAQs?

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 about

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