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Marathon Bomb Survivors Inspire Medical Advances

May 29th 2018

In the five years since the Boston Marathon bombing, medical science has made promising advances in amputations and artificial limbs, in part because of lessons learned from the victims and research dollars made available as a result of the attack.

Some of the 17 people who lost limbs in the…

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10,000 Patient

May 21st 2018

ABILITY REACHED THEIR 10,000 PATIENT IN THEIR PRACTICE! WE ARE SO GRATEFUL TO OUR BIGGEST SUPPORTERS…OUR PATIENTS. WE THANK YOU FOR TRUSTING US WITH YOUR CARE AND ALLOWING US TO PROVIDE YOU WITH ALL OF YOUR ORTHOTIC AND PROSTHETIC NEEDS! WE CONTINUE TO STRIVE IN PROVIDING COMPASSIONATE CARE AND GIVING…

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Vitamin D deficiency again associated with increased type 2 diabetes risk

May 16th 2018

Being deficient in vitamin D could increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a new study.

The research from US and South Korean scientists builds on existing studies linking vitamin D deficiency to type 2 diabetes risk, but the mechanisms behind this association are not fully understood.

The study team now plans to investigate…

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Hand-fashioned with 3D printer allows girl to throw ceremonial first pitch

May 1st 2018

 An eight-year-old girl with a prosthetic hand has set a goal to throw out the first pitch at all 30 Major League Baseball parks.

Inspired by their love for baseball, Hailey Dawson’s family is calling this "The journey to 30." 

And she's well on her way.

Saturday, Hailey threw her…

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Interview with our local news channel 4!

April 24th 2018

Reno amputee changing lives one custom prosthetic at a time.

Local Certified Prosthetic Assistant Josh Lorimer, 42, uses his skills to customize and personalize prosthetic limbs for his patients. 

"I get excited when people want to do something fun with their leg and personalize it to them," said Lorimer. "Don't…

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From shark attack survivor to para-snowboarder: the Sean Pollard story

April 19th 2018

Content provided by The Guardian 

Paralympians enter their chosen sport for all sorts of reasons – whether they have experienced a life-long disability or had a life-changing illness or event – but few have a back-story as dramatic as Australian para-snowboarder Sean Pollard.

Pollard’s life was changed in just a…

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2018 Paralympics: Amy Purdy dedicated to growing ranks in snowboarding

April 12th 2018

Content provided by USA Today

In the four years since winning a bronze medal in Sochi, Amy Purdy has been one of the leading faces of the Paralympic movement in the United States.

Immediately after the Sochi Games, Purdy debuted on Dancing with the Stars. She actually practiced with partner Derek…

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Easter Hours

March 30th 2018

In order for our staff to enjoy time with their families, we are closing early on Friday, March 30, 2018, for Good Friday.  We will be closing the office at 3:00 P.M.

We look forward to serving you on Monday, April 2, 2018. If you have an urgent need, you can…

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Team USA at Pyeongchang Paralympics

March 19th 2018

Content provided by Edge Magazine

The PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games begin with the opening ceremony on March 9 and continue through March 18 in PyeongChang, South Korea. 

Skiers competed in the 2018 World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in Kimberley, Canada, in February.

According to the International Paralympic website,…

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Alternative and Complementary Rehabilitation Therapies

March 9th 2018

Content provided by Edge Magazine

Around the country, experts have been searching for alternative ways to keep patients with limb loss engaged and excited about their recovery. From walking in swimming pools to virtual reality environments, patients have been working toward recovery in ways that take them outside therapists' clinics. …

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