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30 Years of Precision Intricast Newsletters

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by Kevin Kirby, Sep 7, 2016.


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    It was 30 years ago this month that I started writing monthly informational newsletters for Precision Intricast, Inc, a prescription foot orthosis laboratory first started in Lodi, California, and now located in Payson, Arizona.

    Over the time span from October 1986 to October 2016, I have written a total of 351 newsletters, published four books from these newsletters, all four of which have been translated into Spanish language editions.

    I have attached the original copy of my very first Precision Intricast Newsletter from October 1, 1986. It has been a lot of work, but I believe it has been well worth the effort. Let's see how many more years I have left in me....
     
  2. Ian Linane

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    Congratulations Kevin. A tremendous work achievement and contribution.
     
  3. Amazing effort, Thanks Kevin for the books and spending time to discuss and even argue with us, your passion and knowledge has helped mold my thinking of Biomechancis and I am sure 1000s of others would say the same.

    Thanks :drinks
     
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