The anniversary of a devastating war shows how far O&P care has come.
With use of digital resources on the rise, O&P practices need to ensure patient information remains confidential and secure. Policies and procedures can help O&P facilities protect patients while making the most of technological advances.
A prospective longitudinal study compared the fall risk of lower limb amputees.
Focused training provides increased familiarity and confidence with outcomes measures, results show.
A few steps can make Yelp reviews work in your favor.
Orthotists, prosthetists, patients and parents gathered for the 2016 Hanger Education Fair & National Meeting, where presenters led advanced training seminars and industry experts offered hands-on demonstrations. Participants mingled among new technologies and clinical techniques, and shared ideas about how…
In this issue, O&P News poses five questions to Sara L. Peterson, CPO, MBA, FAAOP, director of the Master of Science in Prosthetics and Orthotics (MSPO) program at the University of Pittsburgh. Peterson began teaching prosthetics and orthotics 7 years…
Evaluation can lead to better management of risk factors, less anxiety for patients.
The U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions favorably reported legislation that would streamline the FDA’s evaluation process for medical devices, one of seven biomedical innovation bills currently advancing to the full Senate for consideration. The FDA Device…
The Internet provides a forum for everyone to share an opinion. O&P facility owners should make sure their practice makes a good impression.