POA’s Stan Patterson and two of our clients, Mike Fradera and Bill Mathews (both veterans), were featured in a special Veterans Day segment of the Golf Channel’s “Golf Central” program tonight. (Segment begins at the 17:50 minute mark.) #VeteransDay #NoBoundaries
Check out POA client Richard Browne’s inspiring story. (At about the 8:45 minute mark is a segment filmed at POA). Tragedy to Triumph The Richard Browne Story
Browne is in Doha with #TeamUSA this week at the IPC Athletics Track & Field World Championships. Here’s his schedule: 10/24, 200m semifinals; 10/25, 200m finals; 10/29, 100m semifinals and finals; 10/31, 4x100m Relay Final. Browne has broken all records in his sport, and is going for all the Gold! You can watch LIVE at http://www.paralympic.org/doha-2015.
4 of our POA kids were the lucky recipients of golf clubs and accessories at this year’s Celebrity Amputee Golf Tournament. We’d like to thank the organizer, Dave Bowen, for giving them this great opportunity and intro to golf! #NoBoundaries
There’s nothing like playful, loving children–and dogs–with smiling faces to put you in the holiday spirit! We wish all of our POA friends and family a very merry and blessed Christmas season! #Joy Click here to view video
POA was featured on WFTV Channel 9 “Central Florida Spotlight” today!
#BostonStrong #POAOrlando #amputees #prosthetics
Paralympic athlete April Holmes stopped by POA today to show us her BRONZE medal! She insisted on “sharing” it with Stan! 🙂 Congratulations, April!!!
POA’s Stan Patterson, CP and other experts in the field of negative pressure/subatmospheric socket design are interviewed in the excellent article published in this month’s edition of the O&P Edge. —> Sub-atmospheric Socket Design Technology Gains Momentum
ESPN Rise recently published an article about Nate Winters’ return to the mound two years after he lost one leg above the knee and badly injured the other in a boating accident.
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 >>