Where Are They Now? Orthotic Care of Adult CP Patients - September 2005

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Where Are They Now? Orthotic Care of Adult CP Patients
By Judith Philipps Otto


What happens to those adorable poster children with cerebral palsy?

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Orthotic Care of Adult CP Patients: The Bottom Line
By Judith Philipps Otto


Where to find the help--the answers for adults withcerebral palsy who slip through the cracks of our current caresystem? As in the instance of polio, the real answer,"says Murray Goldstein , DO, MPH, medical directorfor United Cerebral Palsy, "was...

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Cutting Edge

Rancho Los Amigos Develops Innovative Technology
By Miki Fairley


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How To Help Teenagers Cope with Limb Loss
By Miki Fairley


For many teenagers, life is not always a walk in the park.

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Got FAQs?

Got FAQs?
By Lisa Lake-Salmon


The future of your practice depends on knowledgeablebilling and collection information. Understanding the full aspectof billing guidelines and procedures will effectively increase yourreimbursement. This informative column will help providers andt...

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Profile

José A. Hernández, BOCPO


José A. Hernández, BOCPO Puerto Rico Prosthetics & Physical Therapy Services Inc. Manati, Puerto Rico Why did you decide to go into the O&Pprofession?

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Perspective

Medicare Fight: The Time Is Now!
By Keith Crownover, BS, CPO, BOCPO


For those who are truly serious about holding CMSand specifically Region C accountable for their actions andinactions, now is the time! We have located an attorney who specializes in healthcare law.He is currently researching the feasibility of fi...

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Viewpoints

From the Editor: More Adult Cerebral Palsy Patients
By Miki Fairley


Surprisingly, about 80 percent of persons withcerebral palsy in the  US are adults aged 21 or older,according to Murray Goldstein, DO,  MPH, medical directorfor United Cerebral Palsy. There are about 550,000 persons in the US withcerebral palsy; t...

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