Person holding their leg

Using Biomechanics to Treat Peripheral Arterial Disease and Intermittent Claudication

Orthotic interventions can benefit patients with peripheral arterial disease and intermittent claudication by making it easier for them to exercise. This article from LER Magazine provides more information about the benefits and the research to back them up.
Athlete with prosthetic leg crossing finish line

International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) Athletes to Watch

Nine female and nine male sprinters have been named on the International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) Ones to Watch list for 2018. Check out the list and more information on the World Para Athletics website.
Runner with prosthetic blade leg

Do High-Tech Prostheses Give Athletes an Unfair Advantage?

It's interesting to think that prosthetic technology has advanced so far, it can be considered an advantage. This article from Scientific America goes into more detail about the subject.