When Aashir Belton was born, his mom, Rejza, had to wait three long weeks to hold him.
Learn more about the lower-limb orthoses offered by Boston Orthotics & Prosthetics, including profiles of the clinicians that fabricate and fit our lower limb orthoses, the conditions that can benefit from treatment with lower limb orthoses, and patients that are achieving their dreams through the use of orthotic devices.
Craig Edmunds, a Certified Orthotist and clinical director of our clinics in Wexford and Bridgeville in the Pittsburgh area, now exclusively uses the Boston Brace 3D® when treating his scoliosis patients. In this Q&A, Craig shares how he got into the field of orthotics and prosthetics, what makes the Boston Brace 3D his scoliosis brace of choice, and his simple but effective care philosophy.
Boston Orthotics & Prosthetics clinicians are trained to help patients with a wide variety of common conditions, including scoliosis, plagiocephaly, and neuromuscular issues. Often, those conditions are present in combination with a number of other issues, including autism, cerebral palsy, and a wide variety of genetic diseases.
At 2, Emily was walking on her toes. The Belottes thought, our daughter is going to be a dancer.
But soon, they began to observe cognitive delays. “She wasn’t stringing together sentences,” says her mom, Amanda. “And she wouldn't put her feet flat in the back.”
As a customer service representative for Boston Orthotics & Prosthetics, Judy Smith is dedicated to providing the very best service to all the Boston O&P customers she serves. In this Q&A, learn more about Judy, including her most rewarding experience at Boston O&P, her specialties, and the "gift" she can't live without.
Ksenia Major joined Boston Orthotics & Prosthetics in 2019 as the Clinical Director for Boston O&P in Richmond, Virginia. In this Q&A, Ksenia shares the personal way she became interested in orthotics, why she loves working with kids, and her work with the World Pediatric Project, providing bracing solutions to kids in need.
The sport and art of dance focuses on strength, poise, grace and discipline—all areas Emily Hauser works tirelessly to hone and perfect during her many hours of practice with the Evanston Dance Ensemble. What Emily didn’t anticipate was yet another challenge—scoliosis.
Michael Yiallourides joined Boston Orthotics & Prosthetics in 2019, working in the Manhattan clinic. In this Q&A, Michael shares why he was drawn to the field of orthotics, what he sees as the key to providing great care to his patients, and why he decided to join Boston O&P.