Wednesday, February 1, 2023

December 2022 Issue

Rewards of Research

The field of prosthetics exists today because there have always been innovative people who believed it was possible to make functional replacement limbs. Not surprisingly, some of the earliest creators

The Big Squeeze: Inflation and O&P

We have all been feeling the squeeze of inflation lately. It seems like each month this year inflation was higher than analysts expected.1 Essential expenses are taking more of our

Editor’s Note–December 2022

As we approach the end of the year, people often reflect on the past months. Instead, in this final issue of 2022, the focus is on an area of O&P

Prosthetists Should Provide Gait Training

I would like to give my perspective about the article “Empowering Patients With Therapeutic Gait Training,” in the September issue of The O&P EDGE. I have been in private practice

IT’S CRUNCH TIME FOR THE O&P REGISTRY

The next 15 months will determine the fate of the Limb Loss and Preservation Registry (LLPR), the longitudinal database that has been jointly funded by the National Institutes of Health

Downhill Run Changes Skier’s Life

Cameron Kennedy has been skiing most of his life. Since it comes as natural to him as taking a deep breath, he didn’t expect the day he hit the slopes

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