Hanger Prosthetics and Orthotics announced the addition of new practitioners to several of its locations.
Leslie Roberts, CP, signed on as practice manager in Hanger’s Oak Ridge, Tenn. patient care center. Roberts earned her bachelor’s degree from Meredith College, her master’s degree from the United States Sports Academy and her certificate in prosthetics from Northwestern University.
Tony Cruz, CPO, recently joined Hanger’s Reno, Nev. patient care center. Cruz earned his certificate in prosthetics from Florida International University and brings more than 30 years of prosthetic and successful business experience to his new position.
Johnny Anders, CO, joined Hanger’s Pasadena, Calif. patient care center. Anders attended Cerritos College and the Rancho Los Amigos Hospital orthotic certificate program. Prior to joining Hanger, he owned Anders O&P Inc. in Los Angeles.
Jason Ramsey, CP, who earned his bachelor’s degree from California State University and his master’s degree from Georgia Institute of Technology, joined Hanger’s Nashville, Tenn. team.
Hanger’s Havertown, Pa. patient care center added Dan Savloff, CPed, to its team. Savloff earned his bachelor’s degree from Muhlenberg College and graduated from the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine.
Jeffrey Fetherston, CPO, joined Hanger’s Boardman, Ohio team. Fetherston earned his bachelor’s degree from Indiana University and his prosthetic certificate from the Northwestern University Medical School.
Military veteran Brian Rogers, BOCOP, joined Hanger’s Jackson, Tenn. patient care center. Rogers brings more than 10 years of orthotic and prosthetic experience to his new position.
Kathryn Penney, CP, who earned her bachelor’s degree from Georgia State University and received her prosthetics certificate from Northwestern University Medical School, joined Hanger’s Phoenix patient care center.
James Feulner, CO, and James (Jay) Small, CPO, received promotions to practice manager. Feulner, in the Hanger patient care center located on Franklin Street in Denver, is a graduate of the Rancho Los Amigos Medical Center orthotic certificate program and holds a bachelor’s degree from West Virginia University. Small, located in Hurst and Grapevine, Texas, is a graduate of the University of Texas Southwestern O&P program and brings more than 10 years of orthotic and prosthetic experience to his new position.