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  • | Kevin Rosenbloom

    A Quick Overview of Foot Drop

    Author: Kevin B. Rosenbloom, C.Ped, Sports Biomechanist

    Foot drop is by no means something clinicians have not seen before. However, a refresher on the subject is particularly useful especially when so many new products help with foot drop treatment. The following is a quick and compact overview on foot drop.

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    Is a premium lab worth it?

    Author: Kevin B. Rosenbloom, C.Ped, Sports Biomechanist Like when shopping for most things in life, it takes time to find the best products and services. That time being spent searching can be overwhelming and sometimes lead to less than satisfactory results, especially when it comes to f... View Post
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    What shoe should I wear with my AFO?

    Author: Kevin B. Rosenbloom, C.Ped, Sports Biomechanist

    When a patient is adjusting to life with an AFO, there are many questions that arise. Among the questions, shoe recommendations are a common. This topic is not taken lightly and frequently discussed at the Kevin Orthopedic lab.

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    The Process: From Negative Cast to Ankle Foot Orthotic

    Kevin Orthopedic Work Flow of Custom Fabrication of Ankle Foot Orthotics from Negative Cast When our laboratory receives a patient’s cast, our technician scans the order for future use and enters key data into our proprietary software. This includes the patient’s demographic information includin... View Post
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    Making a Switch: From Casts to 3D Scanning

    Author: Kevin B. Rosenbloom, C.Ped, Sports Biomechanist Are you thinking of switching to 3D scanning? Podiatric clinicians are constantly wondering which method to perfectly capture a patient’s contour is the most accurate and practically preferred. This presentation will demonstrate a brief ove... View Post
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    Before the XTERN: AFO’s of the Past

    Author: Kevin B. Rosenbloom, C.Ped, Sports Biomechanist

    Curious patients always ask about the newest innovations of the world of podiatry. Occasionally, there will be a question regarding how a specific product began. Though the products of the past were helpful, they were also more intrusive than their modern day counterparts. Understanding the past of the ankle foot orthosis (AFO) is not only enriching to patients, but essential to acknowledging how the industry came to be what it is today.

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