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Thomas H. Colburn

Director of Education

Boston Brace International Inc

HQ Phone:  (617) 355-6887

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Boston Brace International Inc

300 Longwood Ave.

Boston, Massachusetts,02115

United States

Company Description

Boston Brace offers a range of orthoses for sports-related injuries, including braces, stabilizers, collars, splints, and pillows. We provide off-the-shelf products as well as custom-fitted solutions which can be built with a variety of options to address your...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director of Orthotics and Prosthetics

Tufts-New England Medical Center


Vice President

The Orthotic & Prosthetic Centers


Director

Tufts Medical Center


Affiliations

American Academy of Orthotists & Prosthetists

Board Member


Hanson School Council

Member


Education

bachelors degree

Brown University


Web References(37 Total References)


Experts debate role of Cobb angle in scoliosis bracing

jordanafoster.com [cached]

However, it is critical that the practitioner reestablish the most angulated inferior and superior vertebrae each time a new Cobb angle is measured rather than simply using the same vertebral endplates as were used in the initial Cobb measurement, said Thomas H. Colburn, CO, director of orthotics and prosthetics at Tufts New England Medical Center in Boston, who was one of five speakers at the AAOP symposium.
"By using the same endpoints as the initial measure, you might end up with a smaller Cobb angle," said Colburn, who is also director of education for Boston Brace International. "Cobb angle is a two-dimensional descriptor of a three-dimensional curve," Colburn said. "We need to strive to reduce Cobb angle as much as possible, but we do need to make sure we have a well-balanced spine inside the brace," Colburn said.


Experts debate role of Cobb angle in scoliosis bracing

www.biomech.com [cached]

However, it is critical that the practitioner reestablish the most angulated inferior and superior vertebrae each time a new Cobb angle is measured rather than simply using the same vertebral endplates as were used in the initial Cobb measurement, said Thomas H. Colburn, CO, director of orthotics and prosthetics at Tufts New England Medical Center in Boston, who was one of five speakers at the AAOP symposium. "By using the same endpoints as the initial measure, you might end up with a smaller Cobb angle," said Colburn, who is also director of education for Boston Brace International."Cobb angle is a two-dimensional descriptor of a three-dimensional curve," Colburn said. "We need to strive to reduce Cobb angle as much as possible, but we do need to make sure we have a well-balanced spine inside the brace," Colburn said.


AOPA - AMERICAN ORTHOTIC & PROSTHETIC ASSOCIATION

www.aopanet.org [cached]

Thomas Colburn, CO, FAAOPThomas Colburn, CO, FAAOP, is the director of orthotics and prosthetics for the National Orthotics & Prosthetics Company (NOPCO) in Boston.NOPCO is a private company within Tufts New England Medical Center.Colburn is the director of education for Boston Brace International in Avon, Mass., the parent company of NOPCO, and he serves as a clinical instructor at Tufts.Colburn served on the Academy's board for four years and was the Spinal Orthotic Society chair for six years. Colburn is a panel speaker for "The Role of Central Fabrication," as well as a clinical speaker.


Film Forum

www.biomech.com [cached]

By: Thomas H. Colburn, CO Thomas H. Colburn, CO, is director of orthotics and prosthetics at Tufts New England Medical Center in Boston, a clinical instructor at Tufts University School of Medicine, and director of education for Boston Brace International.


Schedule

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Thomas H. Colburn Thomas H. Colburn, CO is Director of Orthotics & Prosthetics at New England Medical Center.He is Clinical Instructor at Tufts University School of Medicine and an Instructor for the Boston Brace Course.He is also Chairman of the AAOP Spinal Society.Jeff Miller Jeff Miller, CO is president of Boston Brace International.He is also a clinical consultant for Children's Hospital in Boston, MA.As President of Boston Brace International, Inc.


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