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February 2023 Issue

February 2023

edit post Billing Decoded: When Can This Be Replaced? Medicare Frequency Limitations for Lower-limb Prostheses by Lesleigh Sisson, CFo, CFm, and Curt Bertram, CPO February 1, 2023 Many of us

Is Sock Ply Irrelevant?

Since the advent of requiring documentation to justify socket replacements, sock ply has been used as the gold standard for demonstrating volumetric change. However, as the field of prosthetics has

Editor’s Note–February 2023

Residual limbs that are difficult to fit, patients’ ability to connect cognitively with their prostheses, and the economics of advanced devices are important considerations in all prosthetic specialties. But they

Sense of Oneness: How Patients Gain Intuitive Control

Have you ever felt “one” with your car or another piece of equipment such as a trusty hand tool, fishing pole, or clinical instrument? Often referred to as phenomenological osmosis

The Economics of Innovation in Upper-limb Prosthetics

The inspiration for this article was a September 2021 special issue of the Canadian Prosthetics and Orthotics Journal titled “Health Economics in Prosthetics and Orthotics” that included 21 articles on

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