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We're thrilled to announce that Orthotic Prosthetic Center (OPC), a long-time leader in prosthetic care throughout Northern Virginia, has merged with MCOP. However, even though their name will be changing, OPC will still operate in the exact same manner it always has, providing the highest level of quality care to clients throughout Virginia.Learn More

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Insights from our prosthetists about new technology, advances in prosthetics, & more

MCOP Welcomes a New Team Member

March 31, 2014 Category: Company News

We are thrilled to welcome Matt Glover to the MCOP family. Matt is a very accomplished prosthetist who joins MCOP after having managed a successful prosthetic office in Washington DC. …

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Traveling With Your Prosthetic

December 12, 2013 Category: Tips for Amputees

Going through airport security is unquestionably everyone’s least favorite part of travelling. For amputees travelling with a prosthetic, the thought of ion scanners, intrusive agents, and more make passing through …

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Open Enrollment 2014

December 6, 2013 Category: Prosthetic Insurance

A message from MCOP regarding open enrollment for 2014. MCOP accepts all patients regardless of their insurance carrier. That said, to get the most from your insurance you will benefit …

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Otto Bock X3 Microprocessor Knee

November 19, 2013 Category: Technology

The Otto Bock X3 is a novel microprocessor controlled prosthetic knee (MPK) that is the result of a collaboration between the US military and the industry leader in microprocessor knees, …

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Ossur Unity Vacuum System

August 20, 2013 Category: Technology

At MCOP, we have been working with vacuum suspension systems increasingly over the past 2 years. During this time, we have applied several vacuum systems to address the varying needs …

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Sgt. Mark Holbert featured in the Washington Post

June 25, 2013 Category: Company News, Military Prosthetics

Sergeant Mark Holbert was featured in today’s Washington Post on the cover of a special amputee awareness insert. We have had the honor of treating Sgt. Holbert since he lost …

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