Prosthetic and Orthotic Care, Inc. (P&O Care) is pleased to announce Justin Hall, CPO/LPO, has successfully completed his formal orthotics and prosthetics training, earning the credentials of Certified Orthotist and Prosthetist (CPO) through the American Board for Certification in Orthotics, Prosthetics & Pedorthics (ABC) and Licensed Orthotist and Prosthetist (LPO) through the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation of Orthotics & Prosthetics Licensure.
“Justin has been an instrumental member of the P&O Care team for over two years and we’re proud of his accomplishments in the field of orthotics and prosthetics,” said Jon Wilson, CPO/LPO, P&O Care’s Clinical Director. “This certification will further establish P&O Care as a leader in providing innovative and custom prosthetic and orthotic solutions with a goal to help our patients restore their mobility and maintain a better quality of life.”
Justin joined the P&O Care team in 2018 as a prosthetics and orthotics resident. He graduated from Northwestern University with a Masters in Prosthetics and Orthotics in 2018 and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Missouri Baptist University. Justin specializes in orthotic management and lower extremity prosthetics.
Justin has a background in carpentry and has enjoyed building things and working with his hands from an early age. He developed a passion for kinesiology during college, and the intersection of these two interests is what lead him to the O&P field. He started as a technician fabricating orthotic and prosthetic devices, where he gained a multitude of knowledge and understanding of the technical aspects of all O&P products and processes.
“I’m thrilled to achieve this milestone in my career as a member of the P&O Care family,” added Justin. “It’s exciting to work in an industry that lets me combine my current talents in carpentry and knowledge of the human body and apply them to a career where I can use them to help others.”
Justin was born and raised in St. Louis and currently lives in Smithton, Illinois. In his free time, he is the catching and defensive coach for fast pitch softball and enjoys physical fitness, hunting, fishing, and supporting St. Louis sports teams.