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 Anita Liberman-Lampear, MA

Business News

Study: Workplace Flexibility Promotes Employees’ Mental Health

New Offerings Remove Premium Rate Increases in Long-term Care Insurance

Kenneth W. Rudzinski, CFP, CLU, ChFC, CRPC, CASL, CAP

Clinical News

Objective Compliance Data Linked With Increased Brace Wear, Less Curve Progression for Patients With Scoliosis

Back in the Game

Cover Story

Team Up: How O&P Is Improving Outcomes Through Collaboration

Health Care Updates

Robotic exoskeleton could aid in post-stroke motor skill rehabilitation

Patients with AIS developed cervical malalignment that persisted into adulthood

Task-oriented rehabilitation shows no greater benefit for stroke recovery

Early rehabilitation after spinal cord injuries may lead to better functional outcomes

Study: More than half of lawn mower injuries in children lead to amputation

In the Field

Zimmer Biomet announces acquisition of Ortho Transmission LLC

ReWalk reports fourth-quarter, year-end 2015 financial results

Liberating Technologies receives five grants

Hanger responds to trade suspension with stockholder rights plan

OPIE to include Amputee Mobility Predictor in software

Marketing with Mansfield

Hands On

Elizabeth Mansfield

Meeting Highlights

VIDEO: Master’s degree is appropriate for today’s clinical knowledge

American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists Annual Meeting and Scientific Symposium

Visual feedback could enhance training, rehab for upper limb amputees

VIDEO: Work in coordination to get best patient care

Intermittent doffing can provide accommodation solution for prosthesis users

Awards, fellowship announcements kick off Academy meeting

Coapt pattern recognition could make prosthesis control intuitive

No significant performance difference found in voluntary opening, closing terminal devices


Sixteenth Century French Barber Surgeon: A Man of Many Talents

Berry Craig