Gary Mathis joined Boston Orthotics & Prosthetics as a technician in June 2017. He specializes in fabricating, altering, and repairing braces and orthotics, and has also performed repairs and made some adjustments on prostheses. Gary obviously loves what he does...he's been in the O&P profession for 35+ years and works in our Cleveland (Westlake) office.
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Holly’s daughter Aubrey was the typical tween. She played basketball and volleyball and did Irish dancing. “She’s a typical almost-13-year-old,” said Holly, “hanging with her friends and on her phone all the time. She never sits still.” Then, at her well visit a year ago, the nurse practitioner checked her spine and told Holly to get Aubrey’s back x-rayed. The results showed a 29° curve, which put it in the low range of moderate scoliosis, defined as a spinal curve of 25°– 40°.
The moment Kaylin Nichols walked onto the stage at the Virginia Miss Abilities Pageant, it was magic. There, under the stage lights, dressed in a pink body suit, blue jeans and Converse sneakers, the 8-year-old from the tiny town of Martinsburg, West Virginia, showed off her ‘ability—walking. Walking may not seem like a big deal, but for Kaylin, it’s actually a huge accomplishment. A mere month earlier, she could barely stand on her own.