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Amplitude magazine provides valuable and unbiased news, information, and resources for amputees who want to live more fully, as well as articles and information relevant to their families and their caregivers. It offers content on a wide variety of topics, including peer support, active living, emotional issues, health and wellness, mobility, and adaptive living—anything that will help amputees enjoy all that life has to offer
Welcome to Lower Extremity Review or LER as we call it. This long-awaited magazine fills the lower extremity information gap for practitioners in the fields of Podiatry, Physical Therapy, O&P Pedorthics, and Orthopedics. With over 20 years experience in multidisciplinary editorial development and publishing, the collaboration of this incredible team has made this publication possible.
The O&P Almanac is the most respected source for industry insight and association news in the Orthotic and Prosthetic Industry. Featured topics include emerging technologies, coding and reimbursement education, premier meetings, people and businesses in the news, and industry modernization.
Cutting-edge information for the prosthetics, orthotics, pedorthics and the allied healthcare professions.
Award Winning inMotion magazine is published bimonthly for amputees, caregivers, and healthcare professionals, providing timely and comprehensive information.
Amputee Resource Center provides a national resource to help support the educational needs of people living with limb loss.
Providing people with limb loss/difference resources that allow them to live to their fullest potential.
Amputee Blade Runners was founded by two prosthetists, with the idea that giving someone one piece of equipment could change their life. That’s exactly what happened to our co-founder, Ryan Fann, when a local prosthetic company gave Ryan his first running leg after high school. Ryan excelled in sports throughout middle school and high school, but when he was fitted for his first running leg, the world opened up. He went on to run track at Tennessee State University and even earned a GOLD Medal in the Paralympics.
It is the mission of the Challenged Athletes Foundation® (CAF) to provide opportunities and support to people with physical disabilities so they can pursue active lifestyles through physical fitness and competitive athletics. CAF believes that involvement in sports at any level increases self-esteem, encourages independence and enhances quality of life.
Providing adaptive sports opportunities for people with disabilities to develop independence, confidence and fitness through sports.
The Heather Abbott Foundation helps provide customized prostheses to those who have suffered limb loss through traumatic circumstances.
NAGA was comprised of a small group of amputee golfers who played friendly games that quickly developed into regional tournament play in various cities across the United States. Today, NAGA has over 2500 members worldwide.
National Association for the Advancement of Orthotics & Prosthetics. Your voice for professional O&P Patient Care
Whether you are a wounded veteran looking for a new career or an employer eager to hire skilled professionals, Warriors to Work is here to help.
Our support group is open to the community and is held on the third Friday of each month from 12pm-3pm. A free lunch is provided. We meet at Baton Rouge Rehab Hospital, 8595 United Plaza Blvd, Baton Rouge, LA 70809. For more information call (225) 231-3123 or email Roxane.bingham@brrehab.