Nashville, Tenn. (Jan. 9, 2012)– Bulow OPS, a group of national destination prosthetic clinics focused on providing amputees with the highest level of personalized care and the most advanced technology, added three new patient markets in 2011 and will continue to expand in the coming year. To meet the growing need for its prosthetics-only model of care, the company doubled its capacity to treat amputees last year and now operates six prosthetic clinics nationwide.

Bulow OPS now treats amputees in:

  • Nashville, Tennessee
  • Columbia, South Carolina
  • San Antonio, Texas
  • Cookeville, Tennessee
  • Clarksville, Tennessee

“Our clinicians focus exclusively on prosthetic care because we believe if a patient receives the right prosthetic fitting and the right technology, they can get back to doing what they love and reach their goals,” says Matthew Bulow, C.P., founder of Bulow Orthotic and Prosthetic Solutions. “As we grow, we are hiring only the very best clinical staff. The prosthetist that operates our new San Antonio clinic has fit more above and below knee amputees in the last five years than most clinicians will fit in a lifetime.”

Since opening its first clinic in Nashville in 2006, Bulow has become a healthcare destination for prosthetic patients. The San Antonio clinic is the first Bulow expansion outside of the Southeast. The company will announce clinics in additional geographic regions in the coming months. “Our mission is to help amputees get their lives back to normal. That could mean getting back to work or enjoying an old hobby again,” says Bulow. “Our growth is a direct result of patient satisfaction stemming from our ability to deliver on that promise.”

 

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