The power to make informed, evidence-based decisions has never been more important than in today’s healthcare environment, which is why we work hard to ensure our efforts are backed by science and at the forefront of orthotic and prosthetic (O&P) care.
Through big data and landmark research studies, our Department of Clinical and Scientific Affairs—in partnership with leading researchers and professionals—develops insights-based clinical programs designed to help patients meet their goals and improve their outcomes. Every day, our clinical teams utilize these innovative techniques to ensure the best possible care for each person we serve.
Here is the latest research helping drive the O&P industry forward:
Mobility Analysis of AmpuTees Series (MAAT)
The MAAT series outlines data related to individuals with lower limb amputation.
Mobility Analysis of AmpuTees (MAAT I): Quality of life and satisfaction are strongly related to mobility for patients with a lower limb prosthesis
Prosthetics and Orthotics International, October 8, 2017
Shane R Wurdeman, PhD, CP, FAAOP, Phillip M Stevens, MEd, CPO, FAAOP, James H Campbell, PhD, CO, FAAOP