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    Top 5 advances in prosthetics in 2017

    Prosthetics have progressed dramatically in recent years, with many people choosing to move away from the standard NHS provided prosthetics.

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    Date added: 18 April 2017

  • Protect yourself in 2017

    While finding more affordable and comprehensive insurance may not be the most glamorous of New Year’s Resolutions, it could save you worry and even a little money in 2017.

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    Date added: 19 January 2017

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    The history and future of prosthetics

    As part of our 40th year celebrations here at Fish, we decided to take a look at the fascinating history (and the intriguing future) of one of our key areas of business: Prosthetics.  In 2014 Fish Insurance launched the first insurance policy designed specifically to protect prosthetic and orthotic devices. The policy may not have […]

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    Date added: 07 October 2016

  • The dust has settled but a ‘hidden hit’ on the disabled still overshadows the budget.

    This year’s Budget proved one of the most controversial in modern history, resulting in a dramatic resignation and a major political u-turn.   But controversy remains despite the dust settling on Ian Duncan-Smith’s dramatic governmental exit and his successor Stephen Crabb confirming the scrapping of £4.4 billion in Personal Independence Payments (PIP) cuts. For whilst […]

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    Date added: 30 March 2016

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    Julie Rogers: Getting the best from my prosthesis

    In the final instalment of our series of blogs with Julie, she tells us how she gets the very best from her prosthesis.

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    Date added: 15 September 2015

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