O&P Library > Clinical Prosthetics & Orthotics > 1986, Vol 10, Num 4

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1986, Vol 10, Num 4

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Research and Development Considerations and Engineering Perspective


Douglas A. Hobson, P. Eng.



Adaptive Seating in Pediatrics


Robert S. Lin, C.P.O.
Susan S. Lin, O.T.R.



Seating for Children and Young Adults with Cerebral Palsy


J. Martin Carlson, M.S., C.P.O.
John Lonstein, M.D.
Karen O. Beck, R.P.T.
David C. Wilkie, B.F.A.



Commercial Options for Positioning the Client with Muscular Dystrophy


Michael Silverman, CO.



Prostheses to Achieve Independent Ambulation for a Geriatric Quadruple Amputee


Gustav Rubin, M.D., FACS
Fred Harris, B.S., CO.


O&P Library > Clinical Prosthetics & Orthotics > 1986, Vol 10, Num 4

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