7 November 2013
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7 November 2013,
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Davis brings more than 24 years’ experience in the prosthetic and orthotic field to Lawall in Dover, DE

Dover, DE – Lawall Orthotic & Prosthetic Services is pleased to announce that one of the region’s leading prosthetists and orthotists has rejoined its professional staff of more than 200 team members across the Delaware Valley.

Doug Davis, CPO (Certified Prosthetist-Orthotist), brings more than 24 years’ experience in the prosthetic and orthotic field to Lawall, where he’ll help serve the patients of Delaware and Maryland’s eastern shore.

Davis served the central and lower Delaware regions as a caring team member of Lawall from 2002 to 2010. Most recently, Davis served the Salisbury, MD, area, practicing advanced prosthetic and orthotic design and care as an ABC-Certified Prosthetist-Orthotist and Practice Manager with Hanger Prosthetics and Orthotics.

“We are proud to have Doug Davis rejoin our team here at Lawall,” said Wayne Lawall, CPO and president at Lawall. “Doug’s extensive experience and knowledge of the field will help Lawall continue to bring exceptional patient care to Central Delaware.”

Davis specializes in the new technologies in the field, such as microprocessor knees, including C-Leg, Genium, Orion, and Rheo. He has experience and certification in Functional Electronic Stim systems, such as the BioNess and Walk Aide. He has designed prosthetic devices using laser scanning machines and CAD. Davis also works with traditional methods for design and fabrication of prosthetic and orthotic devices, as well as training patients on how to use these devices. In his role at Lawall, he will continue to market to doctors and physical therapists in Delaware and the eastern shore of Maryland.

Davis will apply traditional and new technologies to advance prosthetic and orthotic care to the patients of Lawall.

Davis’s family also has ties in the rehabilitation field, as his wife Linda works at a local physical therapy office. Davis gives back to the community by assisting coaching in a local basketball organization and serving with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) organization.

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