Todd is an ABC-certified orthotist for Hanger Clinic in East Petersburg, Pennsylvania. He has more than two decades of experience in orthotics, and loves being involved in the rehabilitative journey of each of his patients and their families. Todd treats patients of all ages, and is always committed to being compassionate, caring, and a listening ear who collaborates with each patient’s therapy team and physician to offer solutions that meet their orthotic needs.
Todd is proud to help people at a particularly difficult season in their lives and offer them hope in returning to their desired goals and passions. He often treats pediatric patients with neuromuscular conditions, pediatric patients with idiopathic and neuromuscular scoliosis, and adult patients with neuromuscular conditions (post stroke, multiple sclerosis and various muscular dystrophies), and is skilled at orthotic management of the foot and ankle in conjunction with orthopedic car, plus adults with paraplegia needing stance control orthoses.
As a father of a child with special needs, Todd is aware of the difficulties, stress, and confusion surrounding caring for a child who may struggle early in life. He uses this personal knowledge to help his pediatric patients and their families feel comfortable throughout the treatment process. There is no greater joy than watching a child develop and offering them and their parents a pathway to improved function and development with proper orthotic care.
Outside of work, Todd can be found hiking, camping, woodworking, gardening, playing guitar, and spending time with his wife, four children, and their golden retriever, Penny.
- Bachelor of Science in Biology, Bates College Lewiston, 1999
- Certificate in Orthotics, University of Connecticut Newington Certificate Program, 2000
- ABC Certified Orthotist, 2002
- Hanger Clinic 5 Year Achievement Award