Tony explains how his experiences and relationships have fueled his passion for volunteerism and leadership and what it’s really like being the Board President for a national credentialing board.
Two long-time O&P meeting organizers discuss challenges faced when trying to support the profession through education, networking and professional development opportunities during a pandemic. Will this be the death of state and regional O&P meetings?
Mayo Clinic research professor, Dr. Ken Kaufman, Ph.D., P.E., joins CredCast to talk about leading the national effort to develop a Limb Loss and Preservation Registry. Listen in to learn more and find out how you can help!
Join host, Jim Lawson as he takes a detailed look at ABC's Central Fabrication Accreditation program. Learn how becoming accredited can benefit your business and bottom line.
Are you well versed on the Scope of Practice for your credential? On this episode, we highlight the top five things everyone should know about staying within their scope.
Jim sits down with Caitlyn Hurley, Manager of the Amputee Coalition's National Limb Loss Resource Center to discuss the many valuable and free resources available to the limb loss community.
Join ABC's Marketing Team as they share easy strategies for using digital marketing to promote yourself or your business and tips for staying connected to your patients.
Hear additional tips and insights from two practitioners who are successfully using telehealth for the continuum of patient care.
Whether you’re already using telehealth in your practice or considering it, be sure to listen to part one of our two-part podcast which includes guidance from ABC and insight from one practice owner and the impact on her practice.
Wondering what precautions other O&P practices are taking to keep patients and staff safe during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond?