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Tim has a BS in Biology from the University of Wisconsin Green Bay and his Prosthetic Practitioner degree from Century College in White Bear Lake, MN. Tim is passionate about spending time with his patients and learning what their activities and goals are. His goal is to always provide a prosthesis that will allow them to return to those activities.
Born and raised in Green Bay, Tim was introduced to prosthetics early on in his life, as he has worn a prosthesis since the age of two. He currently enjoys living in the Appleton area with his wife and their dog. Together they enjoy camping, fishing, board games and spending time with family.
Emily received her BS in Molecular Biology and Physics of Medicine from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri. She then completed her MS in Orthotics and Prosthetics at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Emily’s orthotic and prosthetic residency was completed at a diverse group of clinics in her home state of Nebraska. She is particularly interested in gait biomechanics in lower limb prosthetic and orthotic users, and enjoys working with patients who have amputations as well as neuromuscular pathologies. She is looking forward to completing all 6 of her board exams in 2019 and earning her CPO credentials.
Aside from patient care, Emily is passionate about literacy and shelter animal welfare and plans to volunteer in both areas upon arrival in Green Bay. Emily has two cats and hopes to adopt a dog soon!. She enjoys reading and makes a goal to read a new book every week! The most exciting thing about moving to Green Bay for Emily is living near the Great Lakes—she plans to enjoy lots of camping and hiking.
Kevin earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from The College of St. Scholastica- Duluth, Minnesota. He then continued on to attain his Masters of Prosthetics & Orthotics from the University of Washington- Seattle, Washington. He is especially interested in new technology and control methods for upper limb prosthetics and orthotics.
In his free time, Kevin enjoys hiking, camping, running, playing board games, and being with friends and family. As a practitioner, his primary goal is to provide his patients with the best care possible. He believes this can be achieved in part by listening to patient’s unique needs and integrating that input into the final prosthesis or orthosis design.