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Our Year in Review report captures a few of the many highlights of 2012 at Dayton Artificial Limb Clinic. Chances are you either have played a part, or been touched in some way, by at least one of these stories of progress.

We invite you to check out just how far we came last year – (even to the London Paralympics!) – and stay tuned about where we’re going this year.

2012 DALC Year in Review ReportINSIDE:

  • Comfortable prosthesis made her mobile: Determined traveler set to vacation again in 2013
  • ‘Yoga for Amputees’ training goes beyond traditional physical therapy
  • PDI built rowing seat for U.S. bronze medalist
  • Dayton Artificial Limb Clinic ahead on accountability
  • After 3 decades on crutches, he’s finally on 2 legs
  • Rehabilitating people with limb loss requires specialized training for PTs
  • PDI makes devices stronger, lighter, more comfortable
  • Co-op program helps keep projects moving
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