Why Are You Getting Free Copies of Amplitude?

Starting with the March 2024 issue, free Display Copies of Amplitude—the O&P EDGE’s consumer-facing partner publication—will be mailed to every O&P facility in the country. Thousands of clinicians already share Amplitude with their patients to promote healthy habits and encourage positive outcomes. The expanded circulation is meant to support more O&P clinics and equip more amputees with the information they need to prosper with limb loss.

You’ll get the Display Copies automatically, free of charge. Here are some of the ways Amplitude can benefit your patients—and your practice.

1. Amplitude equips your patients to adapt successfully to limb loss. Every issue provides specific, actionable ideas for how to develop healthy habits, communicate effectively, build strong relationships with prosthetists and other clinicians, and make intelligent, well-informed choices.

2. Amplitude keeps your patients informed on subjects that impact their lives. The magazine answers amputees’ questions about how to remain active, stay fit, maintain social connections, and support their emotional health. Amplitude also provides fresh, relevant news from all over the limb-loss community, on everything from emerging prosthetic technologies to healthcare trends, advocacy initiatives, consumer products, adaptive sports, and beyond.

3. Amplitude connects your patients to others in the limb-loss community. It gives amputees a voice; about half of the articles are written by amputees. And each issue provides opportunities for your patients to learn about—and from—each other, providing similar benefits to an amputee support group.

4. Amplitude educates your patients about complex issues such as healthcare costs, insurance policies, government benefits, legislative reform, employment opportunities, and more.

5. Amplitude supports your efforts to achieve successful outcomes. It gives you a resource for encouraging patients to take a proactive role in their own health. Well-informed, well-connected amputees make better adaptations.

For more information, please see Amplitude‘s Subscriber FAQ page.

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