O&P Library > Orthotics and Prosthetics > 1985, Vol 39, Num 3

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1985, Vol 39, Num 3

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New Orthosis for Treatment of Hemiplegic Shoulder Subluxation


Joseph Brudny, M.D.



The Open Brace Ring Halo Orthosis


Karl Fillauer, C.P.O.



The Denver "T" Ankle-Foot Orthosis: A Unique Orthotic Approach in Selected Hemiplegic Patients


Catherine Britell, M.D.
Rehabilitation Medicine Service
Randy Sherbon
John Hayes, C.P.



A New Bed-Frame Device to Minimize Halo Malalignment


Herbert Smith, B.S., M.B.A., C.P.
Paul E. Stang, B.S., PA-C



Tuli'só-A Dynamic Heel Cup Which Effectively Reduces the Shock of Heel Strike


M.R. Davidson, D.P.M., F.A.C.F.S.
Richard E. Quint, B.S.



The Use of the Modified Boston Brace System (B.O.B.) For Back Pain: Clinical Indications


Lyle J. Micheli, M.D.



A New Approach to the Symes Amputation and Its Prosthesis


Lt. Col. B.P. Mathur
Brig. C.L. Piplani
Lt. Gen. M.A. Majid, V.S.M.



Imler Partial Foot Prosthesis IPFPó"The Chicago Boot"


Clarence D. Imler, C.P.



A Case Study: Functional Positioning Toe Restoration


Robert D. Young, B.S.Ed., C.P.


O&P Library > Orthotics and Prosthetics > 1985, Vol 39, Num 3

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