Dissemination of results is a key component that defines research. Scientific peer-review is the standard through which research is judged and critiqued by the established expert community. Through this process, research is able to mature so that it may be translated into evidence and subsequently help improve clinical care.
The Outcomes ASsessment and DISsemination (OASIS) series* compares the effectiveness of a variety of orthotic and prosthetic components across different patient groups to ultimately impact and enhance patient outcomes.
The IMPACT series analyzes data on adults with lower limb amputation (n=510) obtained from a nationally representative administrative claims database (Watson) to find and interpret useful patterns.
The Mobility Analysis of AmpuTees series is comprised of six separate landmark studies that represent one of the largest multicenter retrospective analyses of mobility among users of lower limb prostheses.
*Only the first study in the OASIS Series is published at this time.
Quantifying Orthotic Correction of Trigonocephaly Using Optical Surface Scanning
The Journal of Craniofacial Surgery
February 25, 2021
Assessment of a 9-Item PROMIS UE Instrument
American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
July 15, 2020
Clinical Outcome Measures to Evaluate the Effects of Orthotic Management Post-Stroke: A Systematic Review
Disability and Rehabilitation
January 13, 2021