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New State-of-the-Art Prosthetics Facility to Host Open House 

Perry Prosthetics

Perrysburg, OH, June 24, 2010 —Perry Prosthetics moved from a 2,000 square space to a 7,000 square foot building, which they renovated as a state-of-the-art prosthetics facility. In celebrating, Perry Prosthetics invites all to join them at their new facility on July 16, 2010 at 970 W. South Boundary, Perrysburg, Ohio. Food and beverages will be served from 11 AM – 8 PM.

One of the many new features of Perry Prosthetics’ state-of-the-art facility is the Amp-U-Fitness™ Center, an on-site gym equipped with weight machines, free weights, treadmills and many other exercise equipment. It is designed for their patients and others living with limb loss to stay fit. In addition, once a month, Perry Prosthetics invites amputees that want to improve their mobility skills or learn basic exercises to join them at the Amp-U-Fitness™ Walking Clinics (call for a schedule). The clinics are designed to a group setting where each individual interacts with healthcare professionals and focuses on their needs.

Diabetes and other vascular related diseases are the leading factors in limb loss today, especially among the geriatric population. The impact of losing a limb is life altering, whether you are young or old. Perry Prosthetics has been building lifelong relationships within our community by providing an important service. Over the past decade, they have chosen to provide strictly prosthetics, leaving orthotic braces and durable medical equipment for other facilities. This makes them a unique company in the Northwest Ohio area. Exclusively providing prosthetic limbs gives them a ‘leg up’ on the competition, which benefits their patients and contributes to their ten years of success.

Their clinical team is growing. Christopher Perry, Founder, says, “There is a need for quality care in prosthetics and I’m happy to say that we are creating a team that pursues excellence at all costs”. He further states, “the patient deserves the right amount of time from our clinicians and that varies with every individual. We thrive on making our patients happy. We not only make limbs for our patients, but we work with them and their Occupational and Physical Therapists to better use their limbs in their everyday lives.”

“The Open House is our way of saying thank you to the community for showing their support over the past decade,” stated Eric Robinson, Business Manager. 


 



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