San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Fitness Revolution | Sports Clinic
Ottobock Canada is hosting a one day sports clinic, where your lower limb clients can try out the 3S80/1E90 Sprinter prosthesis, the 3S80/1E91 Running Prosthesis and the 1E95 Challenger Foot . Our clinical specialist, Michael Pearce, will be there to fit the prosthesis and work with your clients to obtain optimal alignment.
RSVP today! Space is limited!
Snacks & Refreshments will be provided.
Please remember to bring your running shoes, a towel and a change of clothes.
About the Clinician
Michael Pearce C.P. (c)
Originally from the United Kingdom, Michael gained his certification in Prosthetics in 1994 after spending four years in a craft apprenticeship program in limb manufacture and repair at J.E. Hanger Co. Ltd in Roehampton, London, England. After four years of clinical experience, Michael moved to St. John’s, Newfoundland in 1998 to complete his prosthetic internship. He then moved to London, Ontario where he continued to practice clinically for four more years, before joining Ottobock in the summer of 2005.
Steve Wall R.T.P. (c)
Steve Wall has been an amputee since age 20, after losing his leg in a fluke waterskiing accident in 1987. Since, Steve graduated from the George Brown College Prosthetic technical program and ski raced for Canada. Steve oversees the Central Fabrication lab for Ottobock Canada. He also spends time travelling Canada, engaged in socket technology, as well as training new and current MPK wearers on how to obtain the best performance of their knees. Steve’s latest endeavor calls on his athleticism; training and helping amputees to discover running and skiing on Ottobock’s latest fitness prosthetic devices. In his free, time Steve trains and races cross country mountain bikes in provincial sanctioned abled body races. Steve truly has a commitment and passion for helping his fellow amputee friends stand up and live large!
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Ottobock uses innovative technology, superior service, and world-class education to help people with physical mobility challenges. Established in 1919 in Germany, Ottobock opened its doors in the U.S. in 1958 and in Canada in 1978. Currently in its third generation as a privately held company, Ottobock offers products and services to help people increase and retain their physical independence.