O&P News


The following articles appeared in the print edition of O&P NEWS.

Table of Contents
5 Questions With O&P News

A Conversation With Jonathan Schull, PhD

Business News

House Republicans Announce ACA Replacement Plan

CMS Proposed Rule on O&P Qualifications Signals Changes to Profession

Clinical News

Study: Parent-reported Orthosis Use Among Children Overestimated

Cover Story

Transition With Patients Through Physical Changes

Health Care Updates

Brain-controlled interface aided control of a lower limb prosthesis

Flexible brain probe shows positive implications for stroke, neurodegenerative disorders

Self-perceived unsteadiness influences balance, gait in diabetic neuropathy

New computer model could help patients improve gait after stroke

In the Field

Handspring Prosthetic Rehabilitation acquires Ability Prosthetic Systems

Bionik Laboratories appoints new vice president of engineering

AOPA announces new 2017 World Congress partners

Marketing with Mansfield

Use What You Already Have

Elizabeth Mansfield

Meeting News

Thranhardt Lecture Series focuses on vestibular sensory, gait

Use of powered, partial hand prostheses could reduce pain and chance of device rejection

Upper limb loss may impair locomotor stability, increase fall risk

AAOP Annual Meeting kicks off with opening ceremony

Augmented reality biofeedback could help reduce abnormalities in gait

American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists Annual Meeting and Scientific Symposium

Speakers: Current political climate poses threats, opportunities for O&P

Speaker: Volunteers with 3-D printers will not take your job


World War II Quadruple Amputee was a Chicken Farmer

Berry Craig

Research Trials in O&P

Comparative Effectiveness of Microprocessor Controlled and Carbon Fiber Prosthetic Feet in Transtibial Amputees