Dream Team Prosthetics
Dream Team Prosthetics LLC was created by world renowned industry professionals Chad Simpson, BS, BOCP, LP and Randy Richardson, ABC-CPA, RPA in order to provide the highest level of care to patients with multiple limb loss and complicated limb impairments. Their 6,300 square foot state-of-the-art facility is located in Duncan, Oklahoma, where their number one goal is to help their patients achieve the best functional outcome possible.
While they work with patients from all over the world with varying levels of amputations, they have a passion to help those with bilateral above knee limb loss. They have dedicated their careers to focus specifically on the treatment of these individuals, developing solutions that the patient can embrace in their daily life.
Dream Team's dedication to this unique patient population is proven through the development of their Bilateral Life Camp curriculum which educates and enhances their skills as a bilateral above knee amputee.This promise to maintain a vast working knowledge of the latest and greatest prosthetic technology and fitting techniques propels their patient care to the next level. Their commitment to helping patients achieve extremely high levels of function and independent mobility aligns with Ottobock’s mission statement, and we’re proud to name them as our Third Quarter Ottobock Hero.
How it works
Each quarter, we’ll pick an organization or individual (from the submissions) that embodies our brand values of human, inventive, and reliable. Winners will be featured on our social channels and website, and will receive a plaque to display proudly in their offices. Additionally, these winners will be entered for a chance to win a trip to our North American Headquarters in Austin, Texas.
For the past 100 years, we've made it our daily mission to improve the quality of life for our users by helping them regain and maintain their freedom of movement. We take pride in the technology and innovation of our product lines and the staff who work for us. We strive to improve outcomes and advance the standard of care for thousands of people around the world.
1 in 200
people are living with limb loss in the US, according to the National Limb Loss Information Center.
patient care facilities provide orthotic and prosthetic services, according to the American Orthotic and Prosthetic Association.
people are estimated to be living with limb loss in Canada, according to The War Amps' website.