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Is there a orthopedic and prosthetics doctor that will work

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is there a orthopedic and prosthetics doctor that will work on another patients prosthetic from another state and make the adjustments
Submitted: 2 months ago.
Category: Orthopedics
Expert:  drcaplan replied 2 months ago.

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Expert:  drcaplan replied 2 months ago.

I noticed that you're waiting a few hours and not finding an answer to your question about prosthetics. I'm happy to try to help you find an orthopedist who may be able to help, if you'd like.

Expert:  drcaplan replied 2 months ago.

It's not surprising that you may have had trouble finding a quick solution. Doctors are typically covered by malpractice which is state-dependent. So, if they made something for a patient in another state, they may be assuming a lot of potential risk, should things not go according to plan. That may be a difficult position for an orthopedist to step into.

Expert:  drcaplan replied 2 months ago.

It seems that you're not able to chat at the moment - certainly not a problem. I’ll convert the chat session to a Question & Answer session. That way, we can both continue to post questions/comments/answers, without time restrictions, until you feel satisfied with the information you’ve received.

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