David is an ABC-certified prosthetist/orthotics and Clinic Manager for the Hanger Clinics in Tupelo, Mississippi and Starkville, Mississippi. He was born and raised in Texas, served in the United States Army from 1986 to 1990, and started his prosthetic career volunteering and sweeping the floor at Abilene Artificial Limb Company in 1991.
David has extensive experience with a range of prosthetic technology, from working with wooden prosthetic legs to advanced technologies such as elevated vacuum suspension. He also provides a variety of orthotic care, including custom protective facemasks for athletes and cranial remolding orthoses. He often works with post-polio patients, and has worked extensively with pediatric patients while at Shriner’s Hospital for Children.
David loves the team approach and is excited to coordinate patient care with physicians, physical therapists, and other providers.
- Bachelor of Science in Biology (minor in Psychology), McMurry University, 1995
- Post-Graduate Certification in Orthotics, Northwestern University, 1996
- Post-Graduate Certification in Prosthetics, Northwestern University, 2001