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Study Suggests Exercise May Protect Muscles as People Age

January 7th 2020

Regular exercise throughout adulthood may protect our muscles against age-related loss and damage later, according to an interesting new study of lifelong athletes and their thighs. The study finds that active older men’s muscles resemble, at a cellular level, those of 25-year-olds and weather inflammatory damage much better than the muscles…

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Holiday Hours 2019

December 17th 2019

Holiday Hours:

Early Closure on Tuesday, December 24, 2019 at 12:00 pm
December 26, 2019- Normal Business Hours

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Tiny Robot Offers Hope For Stroke Victims

December 11th 2019

Mechanical engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have created a soft, worm-like robot that can be steered with magnets to glide through narrow blood vessels of a human brain.
 
Today endovascular—inside the blood vessel—procedures involve the insertion of a thin guidewire, or catheter, through a patient’s artery,…

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E-skin Can Transmit Pressure, Temperature Signals to Prosthetic Hand

November 26th 2019

Researchers have developed an electronic skin (e-skin) that can detect sensations similar to the ones human feel when they are experiencing pain, paving the way for more life-like prosthetic devices and humanoid robots.

A team from the Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST) in South Korea developed the technology, which…

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2019 OPGA Freedom Award

November 15th 2019

Teter Orthotics and Prosthetics is proud to be awarded the 2019 OPGA Freedom Award for serving our veterans and active-duty soldiers. 

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Managing the Seemingly Inevitable Holiday Season Stress

November 12th 2019

Welcome to the holiday season—that whirlwind of gift-giving holidays, marketing blitzes, holiday parties, and activities galore that begins right after Halloween, builds to Thanksgiving and continues gaining momentum through the end of the year.

While this season is meant to bring feelings of love and cheer, it’s also the harbinger…

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7-year-old Amputee Dances With Help of Prosthesis

October 29th 2019

Sarah Czapp continues to shine in the spotlight after the Shriners Hospital for Children has helped her lead a normal, happy childhood full of opportunities. The Shriners provide her the medical care and physical therapy she requires after being born without a left leg and hip, along with several other…

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Amputees Find Common Ground in Support Group

October 17th 2019

Those living with the loss of a limb now have a support group on Long Island. Not only is it newly formed, but also a first of its kind in its area, reports CBS2’s Steve Overmyer. Eddie Lopez is preparing to turn a parking lot into a basketball court.

Lynbrook…

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10 Tips for Staying Healthy During Cold and Flu Season

September 30th 2019

Colds, flu and other illnesses can make for misery at home, school and the workplace. 

How can you keep yourself and others safe from what’s going around? Remember to:

1. Wash your hands

Washing your hands is the first and best defense to protect yourself from germs. One study found…

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Low-carb Diet Tied to Improved BP in Diabetes Patients

September 10th 2019

Low carbohydrate eating leads to significant improvements in blood pressure and cardiovascular risks in people with type 2 diabetes, new research suggests.

UK scientists including Dr. David Unwin discovered that over the course of two years, going low carb led to deprescription of 21.5% of total blood pressure drugs among the…

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