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10/10 2012 8th Annual Mayor's Awards Ralph Nobbe of Nobbe Orthopedics for Employment/Accommodation Award........................................Read Entire Article...................................

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Mission Hope Boutique

For many cancer patients and survivors, changes in appearance caused by treatments or surgery can pose physical and emotional obstacles in their journey to recover and heal. There may be frustration of not being able to find a comfortable-fitting bra or other post-operative items. Spirit of Hope Boutique is dedicated and committed to helping patients overcome those obstacles with dignity and style. Women who are educated about options, offered choices, and have emotional support during the process do well. Peggy Travis from Nobbe Orthopedics will provide information and assistance with personal appearance concerns in a safe environment.

Conveniently located in Mission Hope Cancer
Center in the office of Dr. Monica Rocco, the Spirit of Hope Boutique is open the second Friday of every month from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.
Appointments are required; please call Peggy at 805.925.8290.

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5/1/2011 Nobbe Orthopedics Inc. is pleased to announce the acquisition of Ventura Prosthetics

We are now able to extend the same full-service Orthotic and Prosthetic care to past, current and new clients living in the Ventura-Oxnard area..........................Read More



David Littig, CP of Ventura Prosthetics will continue with Nobbe Orthopedics, Inc. bringing more than a quarter-century of prosthetic experience. He is a welcome addition to our patient care team and expands our depth of expertise.

Prosthetics and Athletics on the Cover of ESPN The Magazine .....................................................

The prosthetic-enhanced athlete will be able to run faster, jump higher and pitch harder than mere mortals…this brave new world is just around the corner and the cover story for this week’s issue of ESPN The Magazine , on newsstands Wednesday, April 23.  From an idea lab at MIT to a prosthetic design company in Iceland to amputees who see no limits to what their bodies can attain with prosthetics, ESPN The Magazine’s Eric Adelson, in “Let ‘em Play”, takes readers into the lives of athletes who represent the future of sports and prosthetics, and demonstrates that new ideas and technology will change the way we think about what is possible for the human body to achieve.



 





 


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