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Robert, 51, the Hanger Clinic prosthetist, has encouraged Smith and the others to stay active.
Beginning October 1 through January 31, prosthetists, orthotists, assistants, licensed fitters, and orthotic suppliers can renew their licenses online, including their facility's accreditation.
Prosthetist Paul Martino was trying to keep Daniel comfortable.
We selected each wording for clarity based on subjects' perception and level of education, and three prosthetists reviewed it during development of the PAPI.
An orthopedist and prosthetist from Jacksonville, Fla.
The fact that I can make these guys whole again is what makes me do what I do," says prosthetist Alan, 57.
Consultant prosthetist Jane McPhail said: "Patients in this area are very lucky because this is a specialist service we offer, and it is not available everywhere.
Prosthetists design and fit artificial limbs (prostheses) to replace limbs that have either been lost through amputation or which were missing at birth.
They provide technical support services to clinical orthotists and prosthetists.
He became chairman of the Prosthetists and Orthotists Board in 1997, which succeeded in regulating the standards and discipline of the trade.
I know many of the prosthetists and technicians have already been willing ambassadors to help serve others less fortunate overseas and I wish them and the group every success in the future.
Everyone, from would-be catering assistants to prospective prosthetists, will be welcome.
A multidisciplinary amputee clinic of orthopedists, physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians, physical and occupational therapists, psychiatrists, prosthetists, social workers and nurse-case managers cares for each Soldier.
Tom Gorski, CAE Executive Director, American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists, Alexandria, Virginia; tgorski@oandp.