FAAOP

AcronymDefinition
FAAOPFellow of the American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists
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The clinic is lead by Stan Farrell, DDS, FAAOP, who received his training in Orofacial Pain at UCLA.
The clinic is lead by Stan Farrell, DDS, FAAOP who received his training in Orofacial Pain at UCLA.
The all-new skin protection was developed by a team of upper extremity specialists from Advanced Arm Dynamics including Chris Lake, CPO, FAAOP, Rob Dodson, CPO, Ryan Spill, CP and Dan Conyers, CPO.
If the practitioner gets a rough, dirty, scratched adapter they won't have confidence in the overall quality of the product, so looks do matter," said Dave Hensley, CP, FAAOP and Seattle Systems prosthetic practitioner and educator.
Ryan Shewell is a prime example of what sometimes seems impossible or even unimaginable -- someone who has faced the loss of limbs, but has persevered and not only continued to live their life on their own terms but also has been motivated to excel even more than the average person," said Dave Hensley, CP, FAAOP -- Seattle Systems prosthetic practitioner, educator and Ryan Shewell's former prosthetist and mentor.
According to a recent study in the Journal of the American Medical Association, nearly 25 percent of a large group of individuals with disabilities were obese -- defined as having body mass index greater than 30 -- compared with about 15 percent of the adults without disabling conditions," said Tom LeTourneau, LCPO, FAAOP of LeTourneau Prosthetics of Texas.