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Prosthetic Foot Options For Amputees In Beaumont
May

18

2017

Prosthetic Foot Options For Amputees In Beaumont

Over the past decade, no class of prosthetic componentry has shown greater advancement than foot and ankle systems. Today’s components reflect improved engineering, lightweight materials and versatile designs, producing enhanced biomechanical benefits and a more natural gait for amputees. The closer a selected foot-ankle system matches the abilities, environment and activity desires of the amputee, the better the outcome. That’s where our experienced prosthetic staff...

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LeTourneau Prosthetics Tribute To 911 Heroes
May

07

2017

LeTourneau Prosthetics Tribute To 911 Heroes

LeTourneau Prosthetics would like to pay tribute to all of our first responders and the heroes of 9-11-2001. We would like to express our deepest condolences to those who were lost and our sincere gratitude to all the heroes who continue to serve. We have not forgotten.


Myoelectric Prosthetic Componentry Is Coming Of Age
May

02

2017

Myoelectric Prosthetic Componentry Is Coming Of Age

Having evolved gradually over the last three decades, myoelectric systems for upper-limb amputees are hitting their stride. Technological advances in the computer industry, in motor and battery assembly, and even in cell phones and hand-held video wizardry have been put to use to aid in the search for highly functional prosthetic systems. By means of surface electrodes embedded in the prosthesis socket, myoelectric systems detect...

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Upper Limb Prosthetics And Prosthetic Arms
Apr

29

2017

Upper Limb Prosthetics And Prosthetic Arms

Patients referred to our practice for evaluation and restoration of an upper-limb deficiency, whether congenital or acquired, undergo a detailed process designed to provide the most practical and functional prosthesis for their individual needs, preferences and capabilities. Definitive upper-limb prostheses cannot be pulled complete from a box but are unique combinations of socket type, suspension method, control scheme, perhaps wrist and/or elbow units, and a...

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Standards Of The Orthotic & Prosthetic Profession: Education, Certification, Licensure
Apr

21

2017

Standards Of The Orthotic & Prosthetic Profession: Education, Certification, Licensure

The term “professional,” regardless of the field, evokes certain expectations — advanced, specialized education…demonstrated skill…proven experience. Professionals are measured by specific standards that help define their preparation, capabilities and competence for the patients they serve and the health care providers and facilitators with whom they interact. This is every bit as true for orthotics and prosthetics as for other health care professions. In 1993, the...

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