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Ken Eick, C.P., B.B.A.

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Title: Lecturer - Orthotist and Prosthetist Assistant Studies
E-Mail: [email protected]

Educational Background:
Certificate Program - Prosthetics; University of California, Los Angeles
BBA; Western Michigan University

Teaching Interests: 
Mr. Eick has served as a Guest Lecturer for the Physical Therapy department at Oakland University since 1993 and is excited to now work with the Orthotic and Prosthetic program as well.

Ken Eick, C.P. serves as Director, Mobility Center at the Michigan Vascular Center. Ken was one of the first to integrate micro-processing knee systems and Helix hip joint as standard of care in Michigan. He also has experience in elevated vacuum brimless sockets and holds a multitude of manufacturers certifications. In addition, he coordinates and teaches educational programs throughout Michigan to both physical therapists and physicians.

Ken has introduced the Omega digital scanning system into his patient care, using an iPad with structural scanner to capture an image of the patient's limb which can then be used to design the socket. This system allows the clinician to create custom and highly precise sockets and to communicate more effectively with the technology in the industry.

Professional Affiliations:
Certified Prosthetist; American Board for Certification in Orthotics, Prosthetics & Pedorthics, Inc.

Personal Interests: 
Ken works with Amputee Blade Runners, an organization that provides sports prostheses at no cost to young amputees, which creates opportunities to participate in sports and promotes physical activity.

Ken enjoys boating, skiing, and running for overall fitness.

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