Advanced Arm Dynamics (AAD) announced the addition of Brian Waryck, CP, to their clinical staff. Waryck will work with the AAD clinical team at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and at AAD centers in three other states.
Waryck spent the first 6 years of his career as a prosthetist with Shriners Hospital for Children, followed by managing a clinical office for NEBCO Prosthetics and Orthotics. His most recent position was as a prosthetist and practice manager with Hanger Prosthetics and Orthotics in Cleveland, Ohio.
“My desire to specialize in today’s technically challenging upper extremity prosthetic care is what led me to AAD,” Waryck said in a news release. “Providing this level of care to the soldiers at Walter Reed is important to me.”
Waryck received a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering at Western New England College. Later, he earned his certificate in prosthetics at the Newington Certificate Program. He is a member of the American Academy of Orthotists & Prosthetists’ Upper- Limb Prosthetics Society.
“With 12 years of clinical experience, Brian is a good fit for the AAD team,” John Miguelez, president and senior clinical director of AAD, said. “His experience in pediatric upper extremity prosthetics is also a strength.”