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Advances in Socket Technology: A Better Fit for Amputees

Advances in Socket Technology: A Better Fit for Amputees

A prosthesis’ socket directly interfaces with an amputees’ residual, making fit one of the most vital components of its comfort and functionality. Socket design and technology are changing with techniques and materials that take less time to make and fit. From 3D printing and optical scanning to adjustable click sockets, amputees have more choices and opportunities to live an active life.

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6 Tips for Healthier Diabetic Skin From the Inside Out

6 Tips for Healthier Diabetic Skin From the Inside Out

Diabetes can cause blood vessels to shrink, resulting in poor circulation and blood flow, leading to everything from dry skin to more serious problems like nerve damage. The skin is also your body’s first line of defense against infection. You can strengthen your skin from the inside out with a...

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Peloton Riders — How to Stop Painful Chafing and Saddle Sores

Peloton Riders — How to Stop Painful Chafing and Saddle Sores

The Peloton is the ultimate way to get a class cycling experience from the convenience and comfort of your home. As more people have turned to home cycling workouts, they’re discovering the advantages like variety and competition along with the disadvantages of a heavy cycling routine. Two common issues for...

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How to Clean (and Maintain) Your Prosthesis Liner

How to Clean (and Maintain) Your Prosthesis Liner

The environment inside your prosthesis liner can either help or hinder your comfort and mobility. A prosthesis liner stays in close contact with the skin for hours. During that time, moisture, heat, and friction create opportunities for irritation and infection. A clean liner and equally clean skin can prevent painful,...

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5 Footcare Tips for Active Diabetics

5 Footcare Tips for Active Diabetics
Walking, biking, hiking, swimming—regular exercise is an important part of diabetes management. The type of activity doesn’t necessarily matter as long as you do it regularly.

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