Featured Articles from Lifenhanced
Our featured articles highlight patients, practitioners and advances within the prosthetic and orthotic industry. We hope that by sharing these stories we can inspire others to live life to the fullest.
WCR Shapes the Lives of Young Wearers
The Wood Cheneau Rigo (WCR) scoliosis brace offers children and adolescents the first new option in 30 years for the treatment of idiopathic scoliosis – and, unlike the Boston Brace, it works to correct curves instead of just preventing them from getting worse.
Best Practices: Putting Patients First
The Patient Advisory Council (PAC) brings Ability’s patient-centric focus to the forefront of your care with the introduction of best practices developed together by patients, caregivers, parents and practitioners.
Ability P&O Staff Reflect the True Meaning of Giving Back
From helping veterans to providing medical care in Haiti, read about the many different ways six of our Ability P&O Staff give back to their communities and work to make the world a better place.
Ability Keeps Pace with Laura Heinle’s Active Lifestyle
Laura’s interests made her a perfect choice to experience Ability’s Reach-to-Teach Calls that can help expedite the insurance process for coverage of high-tech prostheses. With a stable and comfortable socket and a team she can rely on at Ability, this athletic K-3 Ambulator is back to swimming and coaching field hockey, and hopes to hit the slopes soon.
Caring for the Caregiver
Recognizing the vital care and devotion these often hidden heroes provide, it’s more important than ever to make sure our caregivers’ needs aren’t overlooked or neglected.
Adaptive Device Helps Him Ride His Bike
Gavin had trouble steering and riding his bike because of a congenital limb deficiency. But now it’s full speed ahead for the little cyclist with the help of a new terminal device from Ability.