New Prosthetist to Head Bulow BioTech Prosthetics' Cookeville, TN Clinic
Bulow to Open Series of Nationwide Clinics Over the Next Twelve Months
Nashville, TN (April 18, 2011) – Bulow BioTech Prosthetics, a group of national destination clinics focused on providing the highest level of prosthetics-only care and technology, is proud to announce that Bryan Fairbanks will be leading its Cookeville, Tennessee clinic.
Bryan received his prosthetic certificate from Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois and a bachelor degree in Biological Science with a minor in Biomedical Science from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado. Bryan knew at a very young age that he wanted to work with amputees. Before going to school for prosthetics, he served as a volunteer at a prosthetic clinic.
“Bulow gives me the opportunity to focus solely on prosthetics, allowing a more personalized approach for each individual,” said Fairbanks. “I feel lucky to work with a group of clinicians who share my passion for eliminating unnecessary prosthetic pain and helping patients achieve their highest level of mobility.”
Bulow currently operates four clinics that focus entirely on prosthetics, and plans to open several additional locations across the country in the coming months. The company is actively looking for prosthetists who are among the best in their field who would like to concentrate on prosthetic-only patient care.
“Amputees come to us from 13 states and as far away as Alaska,” says Bulow founder Matthew Bulow. “When your mobility and quality of life are at stake, a short plane ride is worth the trip. Our clinicians are 100% focused on getting our patients back to where they want to be. We are dedicated to achieving the right fitting, the right technology, and the right support to make it happen.”
Bryan will operate Bulow’s Cookeville office, as well as share his time in the Nashville office.
About Bulow BioTech Prosthetics
Founded in 2006, Bulow BioTech Prosthetics is a national destination for lower and upper extremity prosthetics, myoelectric arms and bionic technology. Led by Matthew Bulow, who is himself an amputee, cancer survivor, diabetic, and world record setting athlete; the practice provides innovative prosthetic technology, one-on-one personal attention, and life-long nurturing guidance. Bulow serves patients from across the country at its clinics in the Nashville area and Columbia, SC. For more information visit: www.bulowbiotech.com.
Scott Christiansen / 312-961-4745