April 2012, Gettysburg, Pa- Ability Prosthetics & Orthotics, Inc. is honored to be a part of the 1st Annual Arm Amputee Symposium, Emerging Technology for the Transradial and Partial Hand Amputee; A Collaborative Rehabilitation Team Approach.  The Symposium will be held on May 11, 2012 from 8am to 4:30pm at the National Rehabilitation Hospital in Washington, DC.

The workshop will introduce therapists, prosthetists and physicians to the latest in prosthetic upper limb technologies for transradial and partial hand amputees.  Ability’s John Jacobs, CPO, is among the leading clinicians in the field of arm amputation and prosthetic arm training that will provide an overview of current commercially available prosthetic devices and discuss effective rehabilitation approaches during the pre/post-amputation, pre-prosthetic  and prosthetic training phases.

Ability will be joining NRH MedStar, Touch Bionics, Hanger, Otto Bock and RSL Steeper in the Symposium.

For a PDF registration form, please click here or for online registration:  For additional information or questions, please contact Ability at or email:


About Ability Prosthetics & Orthotics, Inc.  Ability Prosthetics & Orthotics, Inc. was founded in 2004 in Gettysburg, Pa with a mission to provide patients with the most advanced and innovative prosthetic and orthotic care and devices available in a streamlined, efficient, patient-centered model of care.  Ability was recently profiled in the February & October 2006 issues of Fortune Small Business, March 2007, September 2008 and March 2010 issues of O&P Edge, March 2012 O&P Business News, March 2010 edition of Rehab Management, March 2009 & 2012 issues of Advance for Directors in Rehabilitation and most recently on the Fox Business News, National Science Foundation’s Whisker Robots, NBC’s Today Show and ABC’s Extreme Makeover Home Edition.  Ability operates eleven patient care centers throughout the Mid-Atlantic and southeast.  Visit to find out more about how an orthotic brace or artificial limb can enhance your quality of life.



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