PRO-1602 is the director of clinical activities in prosthetics for the Veterans Administration. He is also an assistant clinical professor at a department of physical medicine and. PRO-1602 has been a lecturer in prosthetics and orthotics at a California State University campus since 1986. He directs a full service gait laboratory at a VA medical center and is the founding chairman of the American Academy of Orthotists and Prothetists Gait Society. PRO-1602 has been involved in many research investigations, including the gait mechanisms of the partial foot amputee, prosthetic designs for dysvascular B-K, and efficiency of DER prosthetic feet. He has authored more than 30 professional papers and publications.
M.S., Health Science, Columbia Pacific University, San Rafael, California
B.S., Health Science, Columbia Pacific University, San Rafael, California
Certificate, Prosthetics-Orthotics, Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois
A.S., Orthotics and Prosthetics, Delgado College, New Orleans, Louisiana