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Next Step Bionics & Prosthetics, Inc. - NH
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Expertise in Motion.
Expertise in Motion.

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In light of the new Star Wars movie releasing today, we think this video from Science and Star Wars is fitting. Plus, the LUKE arm is featured! May the force be with you!

"New robotic limbs are changing people's lives for the better. Scientists have developed mind controlled limbs that use signals from the brain to open and close individual fingers and do complex tasks that would have been impossible a few decades ago."

http://bit.ly/2C7orDc
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Our client Manny, 9 years old, recently began learning to play the trumpet. Manny has a congenital limb deficiency on the left side so was having difficulty holding the trumpet. His mom found a picture of a trumpet holder online and we created it for him! Now let's hear you toot that horn Manny!
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Take Action by 12/15 to Preserve Veterans Right To Choose Their Providers!

A proposed VA rule change would limit veteran patients' right to choose their prosthetic provider, transferring that sole decision-making to the VA. Let your voice be heard before December 15th. View the details below to learn how you can respond.

http://bit.ly/2B5C2NZ
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We are so proud of our patient, Noelle who survived a moped collision with a dump truck last year, but unfortunately, her leg did not.

She has been such an inspiration to so many over this last year as explained by her attitude after the accident where she simply stated: "When I woke up in the hospital, I said ‘OK, this is my life now.'”

According to her father Geoffrey, Ms. Lambert never went through the five stages of grief — denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance — instead she went immediately to acceptance.

Read Noelle's inspirational story: http://bit.ly/2i1kLLf
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Our patient Brandon was the first veteran to undergo a new experimental amputation surgery and could soon benefit from a bionic leg in development.

http://bit.ly/2i0G9jO
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Ice and snow may be beautiful but there are several considerations that amputees should make when faced with less than desirable winter conditions.

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Wow! Charlie is doing so well on the guitar, in such a short of amount of time. We're proud of you, Charlie - rock on!

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The new virtual reality frontier, also called immersive multimedia or computer-simulated reality, offers benefits far beyond the mere entertainment of a video game.

Read more:
http://bit.ly/2B2jlrq
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Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours from all of us at Next Step!
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Hap-pie Thanksgiving week! Our prosthetist Arthur did a great job baking Next Step's logo onto his pie. Pie five Arthur!
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