Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Editor’s Note–June 2022

In today’s fast-paced world, it’s easy to assume that consumers want the most modern, most automatic, most high-tech option available. I recently experienced this when my husband and I went

Medicare and O&P Need Consistent Guidelines

After inconsistent and unclear Medicare audits of some of our claims for custom-fitted LSO codes L-0637 and L-0650, I think it’s time to develop objective standards for consistency in O&P

Fall Risk: A Dearth of Real-world Evidence

Most of Taavy Miller’s patients who use a lower-limb prosthesis have experienced a fall at least once, often early in their rehabilitation or while still in the hospital. She recalls

Got FAQs? June 2022

Count on Got FAQs? to help answer your toughest billing questions. This month’s column addresses replacement of a prosthesis and timing for new prior authorization rules. Q: I recently started

Expressive Prosthetic Design

Norbert Nathanson was born in 1926 without a right hand and with his feet not fully formed. He learned to walk using special shoes, but his reduced stature and altered

June 2022

edit post Editor’s Note–June 2022 by ANDREA SPRIDGEN June 1, 2022 In today’s fast-paced world, it’s easy to assume that consumers want the most modern, most automatic, most high-tech option

Finding the Right Tech for Lower-limb Patients

Patients with lower-limb amputations have more choices than ever when it comes to finding the right device for their needs. High-tech prosthetic knees and ankles have been proven to help

Prosthesis Keeps Captain at the Helm

The direction of Diane Pollock’s life took a turn in 2002 when she had a transfemoral amputation of her left leg due to a bone infection from a previous knee

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