O&P Library > Orthotics and Prosthetics > 1972, Vol 26, Num 2

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1972, Vol 26, Num 2

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What is the Role of the "Restorations Prosthetist" In Rehabilitation?


Maurice A. LeBlanc, C.P.



Prosthetics Considerations for the Female


Mary S. Dorsch, C.P.O.



Experience With the Stuttle Spinal Brace


Paul Campbell, M.D.



Fabrication of the Stuttle Spinal Orthosis


Dale O. Butler



Polyethelene Girdle for the Milwaukee Brace


Jerome E. Skahan, C.O.
John J. Skahan, C.O.
Walter E. Dase, Technician



Use of a Cast-Brace Application Device, Plaster Brim, and Ankle Support for Fracture Bracing


Max Lerman, C.O.



Use of Photography in Cast Preparation


James H. Tyo
George Hall, Jr., C.P.



Population and Access to Prosthetists


G.E. (Ned) Snarples, Ph.D.


O&P Library > Orthotics and Prosthetics > 1972, Vol 26, Num 2

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