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November/December 2014 • Volume 24, Issue 6


The 3D Prosthetics Printing Revolution

The Center or the Intrepid turns the dream of coordinated multidisciplinary amputee care into reality.

Understanding Your Role and Your Rights
in Participating in a Research Study

Cover photography by Jen Owen of Jen Martin Studios


Travel & Accessibility
Communication Is the Key to
Meeting Your Travel Needs

Federal Affairs
Improving His

Parenting as an Amputee
Have Healthy, Happy Holidays

Tech Solutions
An Adjustable Fit With a Twist of the Wrist

Exercise & Fitness
Transformative Change:
An Inside-Out Process

Holiday Depression
Myth or Reality?

Moving Forward by Giving Back



Message From the Editor

Advocacy in Action

Events Calendar

Who Is Your Amputee Hero?

Advertiser Index

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Living With Diabetes: Keep Your Feet Healthy

inMotion Current IssueIf you have diabetes, it's important to take care of your feet and the rest of your body. Checking your feet daily can prevent serious problems.
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