***DEADLINE: AUGUST 14, 2006***

The Academy Annual Meeting provides outstanding clinical and
professional education sessions and is the ideal setting for you to
share your expertise with O&P practitioners and industry professionals
while earning unparalleled international recognition.

Mark your calendar for next year's Academy Annual Meeting, which will be
held at the San Francisco Marriott March 21-24, 2007.

Choose from a variety of presentation opportunities:

Thranhardt Lecture Series: All abstracts must be original work,
attributable to the author.

Four presentations will be chosen as potential recipients of the
Thranhardt Lecture Series honorarium. These presentations will be
delivered at the Annual Meeting and voted on by the attendees. The
winners will be determined based upon content, delivery, clinical, and
scientific relevance of the presentation. Two $500 honoraria will be
awarded to the selected presentations.

Free Papers: Submissions offer solutions to common problems, patient and
practice management techniques, innovative uses of technology, current
research findings, and much more.

Poster Presentations: A forum for a one-to-one, in-depth discussion
using narrative and visual material to display and communicate the
objectives, methods, results, and conclusions of a specific research
study or illustrate a piece of equipment, technique, program, etc.
Separate Poster Presentation Category available for Residents.

Submissions may be made in either of two ways:

1. Submit online: Visit www.academyannualmeeting.org
and fill out the online
submission form.

2. Downloadable PDF Format: Visit www.academyannualmeeting.org and
print out the form (PDF format), fill it out, and fax it to the phone
number or mail it to the address given on the form.

Please contact Matt at the Academy with any submission questions at
mbeierschmitt@oandp.org or

Manisha S. Bhaskar
American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists
Director of Marketing & Publications
526 King Street, Suite 201
Alexandria, VA 22314
(703) 836-0788, ext. 210
FAX (703) 836-0737