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Learn more about the lower-limb orthoses offered by Boston Orthotics & Prosthetics, including profiles of the clinicians that fabricate and fit our lower limb orthoses, the conditions that can benefit from treatment with lower limb orthoses, and patients that are achieving their dreams through the use of orthotic devices.

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Catching Up (and Keeping Up) with Charlie

Catching Up (and Keeping Up) with Charlie


Three-year-old Charlie sits close to his five-year-old brother Noah. It is a rare moment of quiet and calm in the Landvatter’s Amherst, New Hampshire, home and a sharp contrast from more than two years ago when Charlie sat on the same couch unable to move his arms or legs.

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Posted 4.29.2019

Q&A with Michelle Yakaboski, CPO, Boston Orthotics & Prosthetics

Q&A with Michelle Yakaboski, CPO, Boston Orthotics & Prosthetics

In 2018, Boston Orthotics & Prosthetics hired Michelle Yakaboski, CPO, to open a new clinic in Stony Brook, Long Island. In this Q&A, Michelle discusses how her education in math and education led to a career in orthotics and prosthetics, the most rewarding part of her job, and how her personal priorities make her a good fit with Boston O&P’s philosophy of care.

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Posted 4.1.2019

Living Life (on and off the ice) with Spina Bifida

Living Life (on and off the ice) with Spina Bifida

When Connor Fee is on the ice, he says he feels like he’s flying. “There’s nothing holding me back.”

The 26-year-old has always been a huge hockey fan. He grew up watching the Rangers with his dad and always loved the action and adrenaline rush associated with the sport, but he never expected to be able to play.

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Posted 3.21.2019

Q&A with Todd Kirwan, CPO, Boston Orthotics & Prosthetics

Q&A with Todd Kirwan, CPO, Boston Orthotics & Prosthetics

Todd Kirwan joined Boston Orthotics & Prosthetics in 2018, and calls orthotics and prosthetics a rewarding field that is a “great mix of art and science.” In this Q&A, Todd discusses how he chose the field of orthotics and prosthetics, why he particularly likes working with kids, and his biggest professional goal.

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Posted 2.6.2019

His Happiness Makes Everything Easier

His Happiness Makes Everything Easier

Gavin Wells sidles up to his sister on the couch, “Oh, baby sister, so cute. Hold hands.” He loves to cuddle with her, says his mom Brigid, “But then, if you put her in his lap, he says, ‘So big.’”

At 27-inches tall and just under 20 pounds, 3-year-old Gavin is almost the same size as his 7-month-old sister Ananda.

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Posted 11.26.2018

Tech Q&A with David Benedict

Tech Q&A with David Benedict

David Benedict, CTPO, is a technician in the Peabody, Mass., clinic. He fabricates braces, from pouring to modifying all the way to finishing and strapping, so practitioners have the quickest and most efficient fits possible. He's always available to drop what he's doing to assist with fits and adjustments when needed.

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Posted 9.24.2018

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