Osseointegration, Misinformation and Cover-up Exposure
Further to my previous blog I have thought long and hard and researched the perceived attitude by the US medical and prosthetics industry. Looking at facts on the internet (public…Continue
Prosthetic co-pays kill as they are so high at 20% usually, and what you are paying is usually more than even the cost of the parts with just a 20% co-pay !!!
It is time to end this practice and let amputees be able to buy items direct, save money; and do their own repairs and builds of their prosthetics if they want to, and the ADA act says so even. Read more at adalawsuitrights dot com (put it together yourself and go there)
You see, the FDA regulates prosthetic devices…Continue
Something occurred to me that amazed me around a year or two ago. How far prosthetics have come.
Long ago if misfortune befell you, you would die or be killed or left. As time went on and medicine became more advanced, one would become a leper or be seen as a burden to society.
in my lifetime, my father taught me at a young age something i am still grateful for. what he taught me is that there is no difference between someone with a prosthetic limb, and…Continue
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An interview with Mark lesek
I found this on the Integrum website http://pnrg.ucsd.edu/osseointegration.htm . This is the treatment that will give hand amputees the wrist rotation that you cannot get with socket interface. All osseointegrations have the ability to regain some of the disarticulaton associated with sockets, in some cases getting a joint function back. Please check out the website.…