About Us

Our team consists of Certified Orthotists, Registered and non-Registered Technicians, and administrative staff with years of accumulative knowledge and experience in bracing.

Our Process

Step 1

Consult

Step 2

Assess

Step 3

Design

Step 4

Fabricate

Step 5

Fit

Step 6

Educate

Step 7

Follow Up

Step 8

Support

Our Team

Allan Moore BA, RTPO(C), CO(C), FCBC

Owner, Certified Orthotist, Registered Prosthetic and Orthotic Technician

Greg Goff BSC, CO(C)

Certified Orthotist

Christine Tschirhart BSC, MSC, CO(C)

Certified Orthotist

Carly Reitzel RTO (C)

Registered Orthotic Technician

Doug Caplin

Orthotic Technician

Louise Thompsom

Office Manager

Heidi Kropf

Office Assistant

What is a Certified Orthotist?

A Certified Orthotist C.O. (c) is a rehabilitative healthcare professional specifically educated and trained in the evaluation, design, fabrication and fitting of custom orthopedic devices known as orthoses.

Upon receipt of a physician diagnosis and referral, a C.O. (c) will conduct clinical assessments to determine the appropriateness of orthotic treatment. Certified Orthotists C.O.(c) are also responsible for monitoring patient progress and adjusting and/or modifying the orthotic device throughout the treatment course in order to optimize fit, comfort and function.

What is a Registered Orthotic Technician?

A Registered Orthotic Technician R.T.O.(c) provides technical expertise in the design and fabrication, maintenance and repair of orthoses and their components to ensure maximum anatomical congruency, function and workmanship.

Once Certified and/or Registered, mandatory continuing education credits must be acquired.