Compiled by Molly Moore, NLLIC Librarian

Categories:

Amputee Coalition/NLLIC Information

Accessibility

Adjustment to Loss

Adaptive Devices

Advocacy

Alternative Therapies

Announcements

Assistive Technology

Caregivers

Children's Information

Congenital Limb Difference

Diabetes

Diseases

Education

Employment

Emotional Issues

Fitness

Health

Inspirational Stories

Insurance

International

Lower Extremity

Minority Information

Mobility

New Amputee Information

Occupational Therapy

Organizations

Pain Management

Parenting

Peer Support

Prosthesis

Prosthetists

Rehabilitation

Research

Secondary Conditions

Seniors

Sports & Recreation

Substance Abuse

Support Groups

Surgical Procedures

Upper Extremity

Vocational Rehabilitation

Amputee Coalition / NLLIC Information

“Amputee Coalition Adds Parity Blog to Web Site.” Nov/Dec 2005, p. 56.

“Amputee Coalition Announces Partnership with College Park Industries to Support APPLL.” Jul/Aug 2005, p. 58.

“Amputee Coalition Expands Initiatives, Creates New Staff Positions.” Mar/Apr 2005, p. 45.

“Amputee Coalition Medical Advisory Committee Encourages Good Habits for a Better Life.” Sept/Oct 2005, p.16.

“Amputee Coalition Promotes Editors, Hires New Staff Members.” May/June 2005, p. 29

“Amputee Coalition's LLEAP Curriculum Available for Free Download.” Sep/Oct 2005, p. 67.

“Amputee Coalition's NNLIC Offers PubMed Abstracts and Topic of the Month Publications.” Nov/Dec 2005, p.57.

“Amputee Coalition Reaches Out to New Amputees.” May/June 2005, p. 58.

“Amputee Coalition Renews Focus on Multicultural Outreach.” Jan/Feb 2005, p. 57.

“Amputee Coalition Youth Camp: The Dream is Over (Until Next Year.)” Sep/Oct 2005, p. 46.

“Elizabeth Mansfield.” May/June 2005, p. 49.

“Update on PALS Study.” Jul/Aug 2005, p. 39.

“You Make the Difference.” Mar/Apr 2005, p. 49.

Bowers, Rick. “Amputee Coalition Conference Highlights.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 52-57.

Isenberg, Patricia J., “Partnerships Lead to Expansion of Amputee Coalition's National Peer Network: Peer Visitor Trainers Certified at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and in Montreal, Canada.” Jul/Aug 2005, p. 38.

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Accessibility

“Government Offers Public a Chance to Comment on ADA Accessibility Guidelines.” Mar/Apr 2005, p. 16.

DiMartino, Christina. ”Accessibility of Public Places: Still a Long Way to Go?” Mar/Apr 2005, pp.14-16.

*Dupes, Bill. “Aging in Place, Gracefully, with Universal Design.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 18-22.

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Adjustment to Loss

Dupes, Bill. “Psychoprosthetics: Through the Looking Glass.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 43-44.

*Sumners, Warren, MA. “Going Public: Overcoming the Emotional Barriers that Keep You Inside.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 24-28.

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Adaptive Devices

Bowers, Rick. “How Can I Do This? Challenges for the Upper-Limb Amputees Require Planning, Ingenuity and Innovation.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 61-63.

*Dupes, Bill. “Grooming, Bathing and Safety Tips.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 34-35.

Dupes, Bill. “Thoroughly Modern Mobility: What's New and Unique in Walkers, Crutches and Canes?” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 46-48.

*Skoski, Christina, MD. “The Pelvic Leveler: An Alternative to a Sitting Socket.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 54-55.

Smith, Douglas, MD. “Notes from the Medical Director: Amputation Through the Waist.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp 64-68.

*Westover, Eric. “Support and Information for Upper-Limb Amputees: Just a few Keystrokes or a Phone Call Away.” May/June 2005, pp. 56-57.

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Advocacy

“Elizabeth Mansfield.” May/June 2005, p. 49.

“Action Plan for People with Limb Loss (APPLL).” May/June 2005, p. 31.

“Government Offers Public a Chance to Comment on ADA Accessibility Guidelines.” Mar/Apr 2005, p. 16.

“The Media and Its Influence on Our Lives.” July/August 2005, p.10.

*Bowers, Rick. “Opening Doors to the Workplace for People with Disabilities.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 24-25.

*Bowers, Rick. “Twins of the Turtle Clan: Cherokee/Choctaw Sisters Struggle to Make A Better Future for American Indians.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 10-12.

Cain, Jeffery, MD and Paddy Rossbach, RN. “Taking a Bite Out of APPLL.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp.14-16.

DiMartino, Christina. ”Accessibility of Public Places: Still a Long Way to Go?” Mar/Apr 2005, pp.14-16.

Duncan, Leslie. “APPLL Update: Prosthetic Parity: What's Going on in Your State? The Amputee Coalition Defines Prosthetic Parity as Insurance Companies Covering Appropriate Prosthetic Care.” May/June 2005, p. 49.

Duncan, Leslie. “National Action Plan Update: Prosthetic Parity: What's Going on in Your State? The Amputee Coalition Defines Prosthetic Parity as Insurance Companies Covering Appropriate Prosthetic Care.” Jan/Feb 2005, p. 46.

Duncan, Leslie. “Update on the Amputee Coalition's Action Plan for People with Limb Loss.” Jul/Aug 2005, p. 58.

*Kagan, Gerald B., Esq, and Cain, Jeffery J., MD. “Dealing with Disability Insurance Companies: How to Advocate Successfully to Obtain Your Benefits.” May/June 2005, pp. 50-52.

Mansfield, Elizabeth. “ Connecticut Update.” Jul/Aug 2005, p. 58.

Zeller, Jeff, CP. “Turning the Insurance Trend Around.” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 59-60.

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Alternative Therapies

Dupes, Bill. “Psychoprosthetics: Through the Looking Glass.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 43-44.

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Announcements

“Amputee Coalition Announces Partnership with College Park Industries to Support APPLL.” Jul/Aug 2005, p. 58.

“Amputee Coalition-Certified Peer Visitor Trainer Receives Award.” Nov/Dec 2005, p. 57.

“Passings: MaryLou ‘Lou' L. Keyes.” Nov/Dec 2005, p. 58.

“Passings: Robert Holborn Brown, Sr.” May/June 2005, p. 29.

Rossbach, Paddy. “Farewell to Nancy Carroll.” Jan/Feb 2005, p. 8.

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Assistive Technology

*Dupes, Bill. “Wheelchairs- Then and Now: Something New Under the Sun.” May/June 2005, pp. 60-61.

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Caregivers

Bowers, Rick. “Remaining in the Community: Special Services Help Seniors and People with Disabilities Avoid Nursing Homes.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 56-57.

*McNutt, Scott. “Survival Guide for Caregivers: De-stressing to Stay Healthy.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 48-50.

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Children's Information

Eikamp, Ellen Puglisi. “Answering Unasked Questions: Talking to Children About Your Limb Difference.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 65-67.

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Congenital Limb Difference

Bowers, Rick. “How Can I Do This? Challenges for the Upper-Limb Amputees Require Planning, Ingenuity and Innovation.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 61-63.

Eikamp, Ellen Puglisi. “Answering Unasked Questions: Talking to Children About Your Limb Difference.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 65-67.

McNutt, Scott. “‘The Best Thing in the World.'” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 34-35.

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Diabetes

“‘Knock Your Socks Off' and Save Your Feet!” Mar/Apr 2005, p. 33.

“New Diabetes Prevention and Management Program Announced.” Nov/Dec 2005, p. 58.

*Bowers, Rick. “Twins of the Turtle Clan: Cherokee/Choctaw Sisters Struggle to Make A Better Future for American Indians.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 10-12.

*Dupes, Bill. “The Dual Danger of Diabetes and Depression.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 14-15.

Kayano, Cecilia. “Self-Management Made Simple.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 25-28.

Kennedy, Seamus, CPed. “Ask the Pedorthist.” May/June 2005, pp. 44-45.

Pihos, Diana. “Teaching Diabetes Self- Management.” Mar/Apr 2005, p. 32.

*Scheffler, Neil M., DPM, FACFAS. “Ask the Podiatrist.” Jul/Aug 2005, p. 53-54.

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Diseases

*Dupes, Bill. “A Force of Nature.” May/June 2005, pp. 12-15. (Meningitis)

McNutt, Scott. “Disease Management for Chronic Illnesses: Can Such Programs Lead to Better Health and Lower Healthcare Costs.” May/June 2005, pp. 65-66.

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Education

Bowers, Rick. “The Importance to Patients of Continuing Education for Prosthetists.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 36-40.

*Bowers, Rick. “Opening Doors to the Workplace for People with Disabilities.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 24-25.

*Carroll, Kevin, MS, CP, FAAOP. “Being A Proactive Patient: What Does It Take?” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 52-54.

*Dupes, Bill. “A Career in Prosthetics?” Jan/Feb 2005. pp. 30-31.

Goins, Meredith P., MIS. “Creating a Library Partnership: Bridging the Information Gap.” Nov/Dec 2005, p. 66.

Pihos, Diana. “Teaching Diabetes Self- Management.” Mar/Apr 2005, p. 32.

Rossbach, Paddy, RN. “Amputee Coalition Offers Continuing Education for Healthcare Professionals.” Sep/Oct 2005, p. 15.

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Employment

*Bowers, Rick. “Opening Doors to the Workplace for People with Disabilities.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 24-25.

*Bowers, Rick. “Starting a Small Business: Amputee Business Owners Tell Their Stories and Offer Advice to Others.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 26- 28.

*Dupes, Bill. “A Career in Prosthetics?” Jan/Feb 2005. pp. 30-31.

Dupes, Bill. “Disability Mentoring Day: Bridging the Gap between Disability and the Ability to Work.” Jan/ Feb 2005, p. 22.

*Dupes, Bill. “Vocational Rehabilitation: Helping People with Disabilities Define Career Goals, Find Employment.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 20-21.

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Emotional Issues

“Diabetes and Depression Resources.” Jul/Aug 2005, p.16.

Bowers, Rick. “Forgiveness for Your Emotional and Physical Health.” Jul/Aug 2005, p. 33.

Bowers, Rick. “Forgiveness: Making Something Good From Something Bad.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 30-33.

*Dupes, Bill. “The Dual Danger of Diabetes and Depression.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 14-15.

Kagan, Jerry, JD. “Insurance Tips.” Jul/Aug 2005, p. 18.

McNutt, Scott. “‘The Best Thing in the World.'” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 34-35.

Sheehan, Terrence P., MD. “What's So Funny?” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 25-27.

Smith, Douglas, MD. “Notes from the Medical Director: Amputation Through the Waist.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 64-68.

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Fitness

“Growing Stronger: Strength Training for Older Adults: Why Strength Training?” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 27-29.

Korb, Karin, MS. “Fitness Basics: Even for Those Who Use or Sometimes Use Wheelchairs.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 62-63.

McNutt, Scott. “Changing Lifestyles: Amputees Improve their Health Through Diet and Exercise.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 22-23.

McNutt, Scott. “Shall We Dance? Yes! For Fun and Fitness.” May/June 2005, pp. 62-64.

St. John, Bonnie. “Getting in Shape: Finding Friends, Coaches and Experts with the Right Stuff to Help You Stick to Your Get-Healthy Goals.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 41-42.

*Street, Anne F., MSPT, Prosthetist, CPI, STS. “Doing It All: Finding a Way to Balance Exercise and Energy Conservation.” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 24-26.

Street, Anne F., MSPT, CPI, STS. “Physical Therapy: Getting it Right the First Time Around.” May/June 2005, pp. 26-27.

Street, Anne F., MSPT, CPI, STS. “Strength Training Tips for Amputees.” Nov/ Dec 2005, p. 30.

Wolf-Burke, Melissa, PT, EdD, ATC and Elizabeth Cole, PT. “Improving Your Balance to Prevent Falls.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 30-32.

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Health

“Amputee Coalition Medical Advisory Committee Encourages Good Habits for a Better Life.” Sept/Oct 2005, p.16.

“'Knock Your Socks Off' and Save Your Feet!” Mar/Apr 2005, p. 33.

Bowers, Rick. “Forgiveness for Your Emotional and Physical Health.” Jul/Aug 2005, p. 33.

Kayano, Cecilia. “Self-Management Made Simple.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 25-28.

Kennedy, Seamus, CPed. “Ask the Pedorthist.” May/June 2005, pp. 44-45.

McNutt, Scott. “Changing Lifestyles: Amputees Improve their Health Through Diet and Exercise.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 22-23.

McNutt, Scott. “Disease Management for Chronic Illnesses: Can Such Programs Lead to Better Health and Lower Healthcare Costs.” May/June 2005, pp. 65-66.

*McNutt, Scott. “Survival Guide for Caregivers: De-stressing to Stay Healthy.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 48-50.

Pihos, Diana. “Teaching Diabetes Self- Management.” Mar/Apr 2005, p. 32.

Sheehan, Terrence P., MD. “Ask the Physiatrist.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 48-50.”

Sheehan, Terrence P., MD. “The Big ‘O'.” May/June 2005, pp. 21-24.

St. John, Bonnie. “Getting in Shape: Finding Friends, Coaches and Experts with the Right Stuff to Help You Stick to Your Get-Healthy Goals.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 41-42.

*Street, Anne, MSPT, CPI, STS. “Living with a Limb Difference: 8 Keys to Success.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 19-20.

Street, Anne F., MSPT, CPI, STS. “Physical Therapy: Getting it Right the First Time Around.” May/June 2005, pp. 26-27.

*Smith, Douglas G., MD. “Notes from the Medical Director: Higher Challenges: The Hip Disarticulation and Transpelvic Amputation Levels, Part 3.” May/June 2005, pp. 38-42.

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Inspirational Stories

*Bowers, Rick. “Starting a Small Business: Amputee Business Owners Tell Their Stories and Offer Advice to Others.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 26- 28.

Watkins, Lisa. “Amputees Across America 2005: Miles and Miles to Go.” May/June 2005, p. 25.

Dupes, Bill. “Cancer Was the Easy Part.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 34-38. (BE)

*Dupes, Bill. “A Force of Nature.” May/June 2005, pp. 12-15. (Bilateral AK, Bilateral BE)

Bowers, Rick. “Forgiveness: Making Something Good From Something Bad.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 30-33. (BK)

Bowers, Rick. “Senior Focus: Not Just Surviving, But Thriving.” Mar/Apr 2005, p. 66. (AK)

Bowers, Rick. “Two Good Legs to Stand On.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 14-15. (Bilateral AK, BK)

Dupes, Bill. “Cancer Was the Easy Part.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 34-38. (BK Rotationplasty)

*Dupes, Bill. “A Force of Nature.” May/June 2005, pp. 12-15. (Bilateral AK, Bilateral BE)

McNutt, Scott. “‘The Best Thing in the World.'” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 34-35. (Congenital Bilateral AK)

McNutt, Scott. “A Life Full of Hope: Holocaust Survivor and Amputee Sam Offen Never, Ever Gives Up.” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 18-20. (Hip)

Remment, Emily. “Living the Dream.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 57-58. (AK)

Remment, Emily. “Still Flying High.” May/June 2005, pp. 18-20. (Bilateral BK)

McNutt, Scott. “A Life Full of Hope: Holocaust Survivor and Amputee Sam Offen Never, Ever Gives Up.” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 18-20. (Hip)

McNutt, Scott. “100-Year-Old Credits Long Life to Living Right.” Nov/Dec 2005, p. 32.

“Shark Attack Survivor Accepts National ‘Free Spirit' Honor.” May/June 2005, p. 67. (AE)

Bowers, Rick. “Down, But Not Out.” Mar/Apr 2005, p. 28. (BE)

Bowers, Rick. “How Can I Do This? Challenges for the Upper-Limb Amputees Require Planning, Ingenuity and Innovation.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 61-63. (Congenital Bilateral AE)

*Dupes, Bill. “A Force of Nature.” May/June 2005, pp. 12-15. (Bilateral AK, Bilateral BE)

Gargas, Nicole D. “A Humble Hero.” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 63-64. (AE)

Torren, Sean. “Occupational Therapist and Prosthetist Help Firefighter Return to Work.” Jan/Feb 2005, p. 18. (BE)

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Insurance

“CMS Announces Medicare Demonstration Project for Adult Daycare Services.” Sep/Oct 2005, p. 44.

“Medicare Insurance Plan for Prescription Drugs Takes Effect January 1.” Nov/Dec 2005, p. 31.

Carroll, Kevin, MS, CP, FAAOP. “Beyond the Surface of Things: Whose Leg Is It Anyway?” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 46-47.

Duncan, Leslie. “Prosthetic Parity: What's Going on in Your State? The Amputee Coalition Defines Prosthetic Parity as Insurance Companies Covering Appropriate Prosthetic Care.” Jan/Feb 2005, p. 46.

Hawkins, Elizabeth. “Answers to Your Insurance and Social Security Questions.” Mar. Apr 2005, p. 65.

*Kagan, Gerald B., Esq, and Cain, Jeffery J., MD. “Dealing with Disability Insurance Companies: How to Advocate Successfully to Obtain Your Benefits.” May/June 2005, pp. 50-52.

Kagan, Gerald, JD. “People With Disabilities May Get Health Insurance for Life.” Sep/Oct 2005, p. 20.

Kagan, Jerry, JD. “Insurance Tips.” Jul/Aug 2005, p. 18.

Kagan, Jerry, JD. “Insurance Tips.” Dec/Nov 2005, p. 31.

Zeller, Jeff, CP. “Turning the Insurance Trend Around.” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 59-60.

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International

“The O & P Humanitarian Database: Bringing those in Need Together with Those Who Can Help.” May/June 2005, p. 53.

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Lower Extremity

“'Knock Your Socks Off' and Save Your Feet!” Mar/Apr 2005, p. 33.

Dupes, Bill. “Cancer Was the Easy Part.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 34-38. (BK Rotationplasty)

*Carroll, Kevin, MS, CP, FAAOP. “Know Your Options: An Explanation of the Rotationplasty and Tibia Turn-Up Procedures.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 39-42. (BK Rotationplasty)

Sheehan, Terrence, MD. “Risky Business: The Potentially Dangerous Consequences of Choosing Not to Wear Your Lower-Limb Prosthesis.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 29-31.

*Skoski, Christina, MD. “The Pelvic Leveler: An Alternative to a Sitting Socket.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 54-55.

Smith, Douglas, MD. “Notes from the Medical Director: Amputation Through the Waist.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 64-68.

*Smith, Douglas G., MD. “Notes from the Medical Director: Higher Challenges: The Hip Disarticulation and Transpelvic Amputation Levels.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 48-53.

*Smith, Douglas G., MD. “Notes from the Medical Director: Higher Challenges: Amputations at the Hip and Pelvis, Part 2.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 50-55.

*Smith, Douglas G., MD. “Notes from the Medical Director: Higher Challenges: The Hip Disarticulation and Transpelvic Amputation Levels, Part 3.” May/June 2005, pp. 38-42.

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Minority information

Kayano, Cecilia. “Self-Management Made Simple.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 25-28.

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Mobility

Dupes, Bill. “Thoroughly Modern Mobility: What's New and Unique in Walkers, Crutches and Canes?” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 46-48.

*Dupes, Bill. “Wheelchairs- Then and Now: Something New Under the Sun.” May/June 2005, pp. 60-61.

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New Amputee Information

*Street, Anne, MSPT, CPI, STS. “Living with a Limb Difference: 8 Keys to Success.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 19-20.

*Sumners, Warren, MA. “Going Public: Overcoming the Emotional Barriers that Keep You Inside.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 24-28.

*Westover, Eric. “Support and Information for Upper-Limb Amputees: Just a few Keystrokes or a Phone Call Away.” May/June 2005, pp. 56-57.

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Occupational Therapy

*Dupes, Bill. “Grooming, Bathing and Safety Tips.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 34-35.

Toren, Sean. “Occupational Therapist and Prosthetist Help Firefighter Return to Work.” Jan/Feb 2005, p. 18.

Toren, Sean. “Working with an Occupational Therapist to Get Back into the Work Force.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 16-17.

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Organizations

“The O & P Humanitarian Database: Bringing those in Need Together with Those Who Can Help.” May/June 2005, p. 53.

“Diabetes and Depression Resources.” Jul/Aug 2005, p.16.

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Pain Management

McDonald, Bruce and Christina Skoski, MD. “Phantom Limb Pain and the Weather: Riding Out the Storm.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 41-42.

*Morris, Saul, PhD. “Hooked! The Danger of Prescription-Drug Abuse and Addiction.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 19-24.

Waite, Scott, MPT. “More than a Missing Limb: Preventing or Dealing with Back, Hip, Knee, and Shoulder Problems.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 38-40.

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Parenting

Eikamp, Ellen Puglisi. “Answering Unasked Questions: Talking to Children About Your Limb Difference.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 65-67.

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Peer support

McNutt, Scott. “‘The Best Thing in the World.'” Jul/Aug 2005, pp 34-35.

McNutt, Scott. “Difference-Makers: Regional Rep Speaks Highly of Those Who Go the Extra Mile.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp.51-52.

Isenberg, Patricia J., “Partnerships Lead to Expansion of Amputee Coalition's National Peer Network: Peer Visitor Trainers Certified at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and in Montreal, Canada.” Jul/Aug 2005, p. 38.

*Westover, Eric. “Support and Information for Upper-Limb Amputees: Just a few Keystrokes or a Phone Call Away.” May/June 2005, pp. 56-57.

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Prosthesis

*Carroll, Kevin, MS, CP, FAAOP. “Know Your Options: An Explanation of the Rotationplasty and Tibia Turn-Up Procedures.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 39-42

Carroll, Kevin, MS, CP, FAAOP. “Beyond the Surface of Things: Whose Leg Is It Anyway?” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 46-47.

Sheehan, Terrence, MD. “Risky Business: The Potentially Dangerous Consequences of Choosing Not to Wear Your Lower-Limb Prosthesis.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 29-31.

*Sheehan, Terence P., MD. “ When are Prostheses the Right Choice for Older Amputees and When are They Not? ” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 14-16.

*Skoski, Christina, MD. “The Pelvic Leveler: An Alternative to a Sitting Socket.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 54-55.

Smith, Douglas, MD. “Notes from the Medical Director: Amputation Through the Waist.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 64-68.

*Smith, Douglas G., MD. “Notes from the Medical Director: Higher Challenges: Amputations at the Hip and Pelvis, Part 2.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 50-55.

*Smith, Douglas G., MD. “Notes from the Medical Director: Higher Challenges: The Hip Disarticulation and Transpelvic Amputation Levels, Part 3.” May/June 2005, pp. 38-42.

*Smith, Douglas G., MD. “Prosthetic Rehabilitation and Technology: Options and Advances for Seniors.” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 10-12.

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Prosthetists

Bowers, Rick. “The Importance to Patients of Continuing Education for Prosthetists.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 36-40.

Carroll, Kevin, MS, CP, FAAOP. “Beyond the Surface of Things: Whose Leg Is It Anyway?” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 46-47.

*Dupes, Bill. “A Career in Prosthetics?” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 30-31.

McNutt, Scott. “Taking Patient Care to the Patient.” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 38-40.

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Rehabilitation

*Bedotto, Robert A., PT, CPO, CPI. “Treating the Whole Person: The Importance of Orthotics in the Care of Amputee Patients.” Nov/Dec, 34-35.

*Smith, Douglas G., MD. “Notes from the Medical Director: Higher Challenges: Amputations at the Hip and Pelvis, Part 2.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 50-55.

*Smith, Douglas G., MD. “Prosthetic Rehabilitation and Technology: Options and Advances for Seniors.” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 10-12.

*Street, Anne F., MSPT, Prosthetist, CPI, STS. “Doing It All: Finding a Way to Balance Exercise and Energy Conservation.” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 24-26.

*Street, Anne, MSPT, CPI, STS. “Living with a Limb Difference: 8 Keys to Success.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 19-20.

Wolf-Burke, PT, EdD, ATC, and Elizabeth Cole, PT. “Improving Your Balance to Prevent Falls.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 30-32.

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Research

“PALS Trainers Certified: Nationwide Study of Amputees Begins.” Mar/Apr 2005, p. 61.

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Secondary conditions

“'Knock Your Socks Off' and Save Your Feet!” Mar/Apr 2005, p. 33.

*Dupes, Bill. “The Dual Danger of Diabetes and Depression.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 14-15.

*Morris, Saul, PhD. “Hooked! The Danger of Prescription-Drug Abuse and Addiction.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 19-24.

*Scheffler, Neil M., DPM, FACFAS. “Ask the Podiatrist.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 53-54.

Sheehan, Terrence P., MD. “Ask the Physiatrist.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 48-50.”

Waite, Scott, MPT. “More than a Missing Limb: Preventing or Dealing with Back, Hip, Knee, and Shoulder Problems.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 38-40.

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Seniors

“Growing Stronger: Strength Training for Older Adults: Why Strength Training?” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 27-29.

Bowers, Rick. “Remaining in the Community: Special Services Help Seniors and People with Disabilities Avoid Nursing Homes.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 56-57.

Bowers, Rick. “Senior Focus: Not Just Surviving, but Thriving.” Mar/Apr 2005, p. 66.

*Dupes, Bill. “Aging in Place, Gracefully, with Universal Design.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 18-22.

McNutt, Scott. “Senior Centers Serve Many Needs: Older Amputees Can Find Fun, Assistance and Friendship.” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 21-22.

*Sheehan, Terence P., MD. “When are Prostheses the Right Choice for Older Amputees and When are They Not?” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 14-16.

*Street, Anne F., MSPT, Prosthetist, CPI, STS. “Doing It All: Finding a Way to Balance Exercise and Energy Conservation.” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 24-26.

*Smith, Douglas G., MD. “Prosthetic Rehabilitation and Technology: Options and Advances for Seniors.” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 10-12.

Wolf-Burke, Melissa, PT, EdD, ATC and Elizabeth Cole, PT. “Improving Your Balance to Prevent Falls.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 30-32.

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Sports and Recreation

Dupes, Bill. “The Most Dangerous Game.” May/June 2005, pp. 16-17.

*Dupes, Bill. “Wheelchairs- Then and Now: Something New Under the Sun.” May/June 2005, pp. 60-61.

McNutt, Scott. “Shall We Dance? Yes! For Fun and Fitness.” May/June 2005, pp. 62-64.

Street, Anne F., MSPT, CPI, STS. “Strength Training Tips for Amputees.” Nov/ Dec 2005, p. 30.

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Substance Abuse

*Morris, Saul, PhD. “Hooked! The Danger of Prescription-Drug Abuse and Addiction.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 19-24.

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Support Groups

“Memphis Support Group Reaches Out to Hurricane Victims.” Nov/Dec 2005, p. 57.

“PALS Trainers Certified: Nationwide Study of Amputees Begins.” Mar/Apr 2005, p. 61.

“Update on PALS Study.” Jul/Aug 2005, p. 39.

*Goins, Meredith. “Marketing Your Support Group.” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 42-43.

Josephson, Dawn. “7 Steps to Writing Irresistible Media Announcements.” Nov/Dec 2005, pp. 43-45.

McNutt, Scott. “Difference-Makers: Regional Rep Speaks Highly of Those Who Go the Extra Mile.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 51-52.

McNutt, Scott. “Harborview Amputee Support Group: From All Walks of Life.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 60-61.

*Sumners, Warren, MA. “Going Public: Overcoming the Emotional Barriers that Keep You Inside.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 24-28.

Torgerson, Lois D. “Helping Amputees Find a Voice.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 60-61.

*Westover, Eric. “Support and Information for Upper-Limb Amputees: Just a few Keystrokes or a Phone Call Away.” May/June 2005, pp. 56-57.

Williams, Rhonda M. PhD. “The Magic of Support Groups: Tips for Support Group Leaders.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 62-64.

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Surgical Procedures

*Carroll, Kevin, MS, CP, FAAOP. “Know Your Options: An Explanation of the Rotationplasty and Tibia Turn-Up Procedures.” Mar/Apr 2005, pp. 39-42.

Smith, Douglas, MD. “Notes from the Medical Director: Amputation Through the Waist.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 64-68.

*Smith, Douglas G., MD. “Notes from the Medical Director: Higher Challenges: The Hip Disarticulation and Transpelvic Amputation Levels.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 48-53.

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Upper Extremity

Bowers, Rick. “How Can I Do This? Challenges for the Upper-Limb Amputees Require Planning, Ingenuity and Innovation.” Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 61-63. (Congenital Bilateral AE)

McNutt, Scott. “Judged on Merit: Scott Cook asks for the Chance to Show What He Can Do.” Sep/Oct 2005, pp. 58-59.

*Westover, Eric. “Support and Information for Upper-Limb Amputees: Just a few Keystrokes or a Phone Call Away.” May/June 2005, pp. 56-57.

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Vocational Rehabilitation

Bowers, Rick. “Down, But Not Out.” Mar/Apr, p. 28.

*Bowers, Rick. “Opening Doors to the Workplace for People with Disabilities.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 24-25.

Bowers, Rick. “Two Good Legs to Stand On.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 14-15.

*Dupes, Bill. “Vocational Rehabilitation: Helping People with Disabilities Define Career Goals, Find Employment.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 20-21.

Toren, Sean. “Working with an Occupational Therapist to Get Back into the Work Force.” Jan/Feb 2005, pp. 16-17.

 

* These items are available online through the NLLIC Library Catalog at http://www.amputee-coalition.org/nllic_library.html

Last updated: 01/01/2017
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