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How to Motivate Yourself

Posted by Bryan Potok on

You set goals, but you find yourself procrastinating. You write to-do lists, but you don't follow through. And the same story repeats itself. If you're wondering what the problem could be, you might be skipping an essential step: motivating yourself.

Motivating yourself is one of the best ways to beat chronic procrastination.

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Rush Rogue Dynamic Prosthetic Foot

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For the utmost comfort in your prosthetic socket during all levels of use, you might want to consider the Rush Rogue Foot. It’s the perfect choice for prosthetic users who want torsion relief and easing the load in the joints and prosthetic socket.

Rush Rogue prosthetic foot is designed to provide the most realistic and dynamic foot and ankle motion on any terrain.

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The Role of Massage Therapy in Rehabilitation

Posted by Bryan Potok on

The success of an amputee's rehabilitation journey depends on a multidisciplinary approach. Prosthetic care alone won't give the holistic results of an integrated approach. And recently, experts have recognized a missing element in rehabilitation services provided to new amputees—massage therapy.

Massage therapy helps in amputee rehabilitation.

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Adaptive Athlete Lindi Marcusen on Creating Her Own Reality

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Adaptive athlete Lindi Marcusen has always led an active lifestyle. She was a gymnast from elementary school through high school and a bodybuilder in college. And after the car crash that took her right leg and nearly took her life, Marcusen wanted to return to being active. 

Adaptive athlete Lindi Marcusen believes you can create your own reality.

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Kinnex 2.0: Computer-Controlled Prosthetic Foot

Posted by Bryan Potok on

Kinnex 2.0 by Freedom Innovations integrates the world's fastest responding microprocessor ankle/foot technology and carbon fiber to provide low- to moderate-impact prosthetic users the stability they expect instantly.

The Kinnex 2.0 is designed to provide low to moderate-impact prosthetic users the stability they expect instantly.

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