AOPI Orthotics and Prosthetics, Inc., has an immediate opening for an ABC certified orthotist. Candidate must have a strong work ethic, provide the highest quality patient care and follow ABC compliance. Candidate must be computer savvy, work at a fast pace, and be able to work independently fulfilling their responsibilities. Candidate must be willing to travel to our Athens, Ga and Columbia, SC branches during the week.
4th Annual Chilly Chili Cookoff
HALLOWEEN WITH HEART
AOPI participated in Halloween with Heart. An event for special needs children. The kids were all dressed in their spooktacular costumes. It’s a great event and we plan to do it again next time.
Tee’d Fore Trey Golf Tournament
Sunday 7 th, 2014 @ Bartram Trail Golf Course
Trey Mills lost his leg to Proteus Syndrome in September 2013 . The golf tournament is to support his medical expenses that he has due to the Proteus Syndrome.
Tripp Rice, CP and Mike Rice along with Jim Hughes, CP, Vivian Rice and other prosthetist and technicians traveled to Queretaro Mexico for a mission trip in August 2014.
“It was great dong what I love best and not having to worry about administrative paperwork, insurance companies , etc. The amputees were so appreciative and I loved working with them. Awesome city and Awesome people of Queretaro.”, said Tripp Rice.
AOPI PROUDLY SPONSORED THE SKI CLINIC AT LAKE THURMOND JUNE 2014 CHAMPIONS MADE FROM ADVIRSITY
AOPI IS PROUDLY SPONSORED CHAMPIONS MADE FROM ADVERSITY 3RD ANNUAL CHILI COOK OFF. We are so proud of our staff and all the members of the public that endured the cold weather to support such a great cause.
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from WISTV.COM :Lost limb won’t break the spirit of man saved by soldiers http://www.wistv.com/story/25599699/lost-limb-wont-break-the-spirit-of-man-saved-by-soldiers?clienttype=generic&mobilecgbypass
from The Augusta Chronicle: Prosthetic business helps athletes and others get back in action
from The Augusta Chronicle: Custom prosthetic helps Augusta dog keep up
from The Augusta Chronicle: Amputation, nerve damage won’t slow Aiken man