In the poll about 3D printing, 50 percent said they needed more time to learn, and 28 percent said the technology needed to be more economical. Twenty-seven percent of those who responded said usefulness of the equipment was a factor.
One clinician asked if there could be a “We are already!” response. We responded by saying, “We should have thought of that!”
A biomechanist in Australia commented, “O&P clinicians should embrace new technologies introduced by engineers. Let’s have a more multidisciplinary team.”
And we couldn’t begin summer without posing this question: What’s your favorite season?
Fall edged out summer as the best season with 59 percent of those responding preferring autumn, compared with 41 percent who liked summer better. No one taking the poll voted for winter or spring.
Speaking of responses, our latest poll about the digital age is up and in full swing.
Our question: Where do you stand on the increase of digital technology in O&P?
Tell us what you think. We love to hear from you.
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