If you’re a member of the Texas Chapter of the American Association of Orthotists and Prosthetists (TCAAOP), don’t forget to check out the lineup of workshops at the annual meeting in Austin, Texas; kicking off August 6, 2010. View the complete list of meeting workshops here.
Mark Payette, CO, Tamarack Habilitation Technologies, and Dennis Janisse, C.Ped, National Pedorthic Services, will be presenting: “Diabetic Foot Problems and Novel Ways to Treat Them with ShearBan” on Friday from 8-10am and 3:30-5:30pm. Tamarack® first introduced ShearBan® in 1998 as a way to resolve rubbing issues with custom orthoses and brims on prosthetic devices. Over the past few years, Tamarack has made significant improvements to the ShearBan product line, creating a more user-friendly and cosmetically appealing material that’s easier to stretch and lasts longer than ever before. ShearBan is available in 9″x12″ sheets, pre-cut oval patches, rivet cover and cosmetic patches. For more information about ShearBan, visit www.shearban.com.
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