YOUR MOBILITY TEAM
Mobility Prosthetics’ DEDICATED staff
Our Prosthetists and Orthotists are formally-trained, ABC-certified prosthetics professionals who have completed higher education, clinical training, and board examinations. Our entire staff is committed to excellence in prosthetic healthcare for all of our patients.
Judy is responsible for scheduling, billing, insurance issues and compliance assurance systems, working with outside agencies as well as staff to ensure smooth and accurate operations. In addition to all of this, Judy answers the phone and staffs the front desk. Judy is capable, has an inordinate amount of common sense, and is always willing to be an advocate for Mobility Prosthetics patients. Judy is always willing to go the extra mile to get the job done. With over 15+ years of experience in the healthcare industry and a tremendous amount of knowledge in the O & P industry Judy is willing to tackle any issue that may arise. Judy enjoys spending time with her family, is married, has one son, two daughters, and has three grandchildren. Judy’s love learning new things that challenge her. She spends her spare time reading, cooking, planting flowers in her flower beds, or with her children and grandchildren
Patient Satisfaction Specialist
Lindsay has been involved in the prosthetics industry since 2005 when she had a cast taken of her leg for an ankle brace and she felt immediately hooked. As our Patient Satisfaction Specialist she enjoys working with our patients on a personal level to understand what their needs are and how we can better serve them. Lindsay brings passion and energy to everything she does and she is always available when you need her. Lindsay also works as a full-time tutor, chauffeur, chef, party-planner, housekeeper and nurse. That’s right: she is a mother to her 5 beautiful children…and her husband.
Director of Patient Services
Jeff has over twenty years of experience training and developing people. Understanding people and working with them to achieve better outcomes in their professional and personal lives has been very rewarding. He is uniquely qualified to help amputees understand the entire recovery process including pre-operation, post-operation, recovery and all the way to having a fulfilling life with a prosthesis. Jeff had his left leg amputated below the knee in 2019. Being able to help new amputees along the path to a new lifestyle is Jeff’s main priority.
Director of Business Development
April has been working in patient care and practice management for over 10 years. She is passionate about patient health care and loves working with patients to achieve their health goals. April is patient care oriented and will go above and beyond to make sure patients feel supported and well cared for. April is a perfervid traveler who enjoys history and exploring other cultures. She especially loves to cook and try new foods. In her free time April is busy at home with her longtime partner, three daughters, two sons, and their bulldog Winston.
Tanner Jennings, MS, CP
Tanner Jennings first learned about prosthetics while shadowing a local prosthetist and was hooked from day one. Tanner was most interested in its unique blend of art, science, and being able to help individuals in a personal and impactful way. Tanner graduated from Utah State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Human Movement Science, and Baylor College of Medicine, with his Master of Science Degree in Orthotics and Prosthetics. He has completed six unique 3-month rotations, a research & development project, and a prosthetic humanitarian trip to Guatemala. He spent the past two years treating amputees at a prosthetics practice in Georgia that specializes in elevated-vacuum and microprocessor technologies. Tanner is excited to continue serving amputees at Mobility Prosthetics and striving daily to put people first.
Bob Rich, CPO
Certified Prosthetist and Orthotist
Bob started into prosthetics in 2008 where he worked as a technician. Bob received his bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of Utah and his Master’s Degrees in Prosthetics and Orthotics at the University of Pittsburgh. Bob speaks fluent spanish and has over 14 years of technical and clinical experience in the industry. Bob is versed in both upper and lower extremity prosthetics and is passionate about helping people get their lives back after amputation.
Adam Duncan, CP
Upper Extremity Specialist
Adam Duncan began his career in prosthetics and orthotics in 2018, as a resident Orthotist and Prosthetist. He had planned to pursue physical therapy until working with several amputees. He began shadowing prosthetists and found a use for his many talents. Having robotics experience and hand skills to create custom solutions he found a niche field that allowed him to use his skills. Adam attended The University of Pittsburgh to complete his Masters of Science in Prosthetics and Orthotics. Adam is unique in that he specializes in upper limb care for patients that have been born with or have acquired a limb difference of the hand, below elbow, and above elbow levels. What drew Adam into focusing on upper limb prosthetics is the unique solutions that have to be custom made for each patient and allowing them to return to their lives with better function and improved social confidence. He continues to work with many individuals that are demanding of their prosthesis and enjoys the challenge to meet their needs.
BRIAN GREER, CP, BOCO
Certified Prosthetist and Orthotist
Brian Greer began his career in prosthetics in 2002, as a Technician. In 2005, Brian graduated from the California State University Prosthetics Program. Over the last 22 years, he has had the privilege of learning from many great mentors across the country. He has risen through the ranks as a Lead Technician, Resident Practitioner, Certified Prosthetist/Orthotist, Clinic Manager and Clinical Director for various organizations. Brian’s passion for helping people shines through in everything that he does; he is truly a professional prosthetic practitioner. When asked what he loves most about prosthetics, Brian’s response was: “The prosthetics industry is changing at such a rapid pace. Every day I am mesmerized by how new technology is being used to make a better, more comfortable, more functional prosthetic device. I have the best job in the world!”