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New to Anatomical Concepts? Here's Everything You Need to Know

Posted by Anatomical Concepts on Nov 30, 2020 4:10:35 PM

  Injury, disability or other causes of decreased mobility don't have to keep your patient or loved one from experiencing a high-quality life. As their doctor, therapist or advocate, you play a critical role in helping your patient or loved one live life to the fullest – even if they can't get ...

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30 Years in the Making: A Conversation with the Founder of Anatomical Concepts, Inc.

Posted by Anatomical Concepts on Oct 27, 2020 3:54:09 PM

  It was 1990 when William “Bill” Detoro Sr. launched Anatomical Concepts, Inc. What started 30 years ago as a solution to foot drop and heel ulceration reduction, has now grown into a 2nd-generation, global leader in prefabricated and custom-made braces for the orthotic and prosthetic, physical ...

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Respond to Plantar Flexion Weakness with an Ankle-Foot Orthosis (AFO)

Posted by Anatomical Concepts on Oct 16, 2020 8:59:33 AM

  Walking, running, biking, swimming: physical activities you've come to know and enjoy wouldn't be possible without an unsung hero. Even something as nonchalant as standing would present difficulties if we humans did not have access to key joint functionality.   

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It’s Business As Usual at Anatomical Concepts, Inc.

Posted by Anatomical Concepts on Sep 17, 2020 5:09:01 PM

  Predictability is fundamental, yet sometimes perceived in a negative connotation as unremarkable. However, in a year full of unknowns, finding solace in normalcy has never been more desired than at this particular juncture. 

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Orthotic Appointments During COVID-19 Pandemic: What You Need to Know

Posted by Anatomical Concepts on Apr 15, 2020 3:42:19 PM

  Life in 2020 looks a bit different. The way we work and how we shop have drastically changed, even seeing family and friends doesn’t come without a lot of logistical challenges to protect our health and well-being. The coronavirus (COVID-19) has uprooted our lives abruptly and at least in the ...

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We’re Here When You Need Us: Anatomical Concepts, Inc. Provides COVID-19 Update

Posted by Anatomical Concepts on Apr 2, 2020 3:15:23 PM

  Dear Friends,    Our thoughts and best wishes are with you and your loved ones during this unsettling time. Now more than ever, leadership and trust are essential to protect our families and our communities and resolve such a unique challenge with perseverance. 

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Snow Shoveling 101: 5 Ways to Prevent Winter Aches and Pains

Posted by Anatomical Concepts on Feb 20, 2020 1:40:43 PM

  The winter months usher in a myriad of fun seasonal activities: skiing, sledding, ice skating, and snowshoeing. On the other hand, unpredictable weather and bitterly cold temperatures mean a lot of hard work, and unfortunately, unexpected injuries. In 2018, nearly 200,000 Americans ended up in ...

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Where It All Began: Anatomical Concepts, Inc. Celebrates 30 Years

Posted by Anatomical Concepts on Jan 20, 2020 2:37:46 PM

  In 2020, Anatomical Concepts turns 30! Throughout the year as we celebrate this special occasion, we’ll take a trip down memory lane and share with you the moments and milestones that forever changed the business and led us to become a global leader in prefabricated and custom-made medical ...

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Contractures Don’t Have to be Permanent. 3 Orthoses Worth Prescribing to Patients

Posted by Anatomical Concepts on Oct 23, 2019 12:32:14 PM

  At the outset of pain and discomfort and restricted range of motion, especially in the lower extremities, may manifest more than just a case of having morning stiffness. These symptoms could be red flag indicators of a much more severe underlying complication with long-term implications on joint ...

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Why You Should Really Consider Using a Pre-Fab KAFO for Treating Your Patients

Posted by Anatomical Concepts on Sep 23, 2019 2:14:07 PM

Malunion typically occurs when a bone heals without appropriate medical attention, leading to poor alignment and deformity in the affected area of the body. Common in the lower extremities, the complication is the consequence of having bones improperly aligned when immobilized. This can be a major ...

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