Sad News

It is with great sadness that we inform you that two of our beloved POA patients have passed away suddenly over the past few weeks.

Tony Muniz of Costa Rica, 3/15/11, age 55. His gentle spirit and good humor brightened our days. We always looked forward to visits from Tony and his wonderful Barb.

Mr. Richard Wynn, 3/24/11, age 71. Mr. Wynn captured our affection and respect as he set and achieved his prosthetic goals. It was so wonderful to see him up and walking, traveling, and enjoying life!

Our thoughts and prayers are with both of their families, and our hearts go out to them at this sad time.

POA patient Mabio Costa Participates in Triathlons!, 3/2011

Read the story of Mabio Costa, a below knee amputee and athlete who moved to the U.S. from Brazil in order to have access to prosthetic limbs that would enable him to compete in sports at the highest levels. Click here to read Mabio’s story >>

“What About the U.S.?”, O&P Edge article, March 2011, written by POA resident Ronnie Dickson

POA resident Ronnie Dickson recently returned from a mission trip to Haiti with POA, where they fit 7 victiims of last year’s earthquake with prosthetic limbs.The experience got him to thinking, “what about amputees in need right here in the .U.S.?” He explores that thought in the following “O&P Edge” article. Click here to view O&P Edge article