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Swimmer Gets a Boost From Prosthetic Hand Device

Swimmer Gets a Boost From Prosthetic Hand Device

A 7-year-old Canadian boy is leaving other swimmers in his wake with help from a new prosthetic hand device—and Pikachu.  In an article posted Dec. 20, HighRiverOnline tells the story of Frank Ulloa of Okotoks, Alberta, who was born with a partial amputation of his...

Making Prosthetics More Lifelike

Making Prosthetics More Lifelike

This article, written by Amy Quinton was originally published by the University of California, Davis (UC Davis) and is reprinted with permission. Scientists and Surgeons Team Up to Make Life Easier for Amputees David Brockman, a retired CalFire captain and avid...

David Aguilar

David Aguilar

This excerpt of a Press Release by Caroline Sun for PIECE BY PIECE - How I Built My Life (No Instructions Required) is reprinted with permission from the authors. David Aguilar was born missing part of one arm, a small detail that seemed to define his life and limit...

Prevention Outreach for Unhoused Communities

At the 2022 National Conference, Laduan Smedley shared a wealth of information about how technology can help provide patients greater access to the community organizations designed to help them. His organization – Limb Care Foundation (LCF) – while small, is mighty...