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Grant Meyer, CO

Grant received his certification in the discipline of Orthotics from the American Board for Certification in Orthotics and Prosthetics, Inc. in 1979 after completing his academics at Northwestern University Medical School in the Orthotics Program and his residency at Mary Free Bed Hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan. With his specialty in pediatrics, Grant became Director of Orthotics at the Detroit Institute for Children and a Consulting Orthotist at the Children's Hospital of Michigan in Detroit and Hurley Hospital Rehabilitation Center in Flint, Michigan.

He has done extensive research and development and has innovated techniques for pediatric corrective casting, cast modification and design, and has attained orthotic-related United States and Canadian patents.

Grant's opportunity to come home to West Michigan was in January 2000 when he was hired to design and build an orthotic/prosthetic facility in Grand Rapids, which he purchased one year later. He has built the company on the foundation of specialization, innovation, and a team approach to provide the best in patient care.

  Kevin Soules, CO

Kevin received his Bachelors in Health Science from Grand Valley State University in 2008. Working in the radiologic and imaging sciences with several institutions, sparked his desire to pursue orthotics with emphasis in pediatrics. Hired by GC Meyer, Inc. dba Pediatric Orthotic Specialists in 2009, Kevin experienced the profession of pediatric orthotic care at all levels and continued his academics at Northwestern University Medical School Orthotic Program. He completed his residency at GC Meyer, Inc. dba Pediatric Orthotic Specialists in 2012 and Kevin received his certification in the discipline of orthotics from the American Board or Orthotics & Prosthetics that same year.

Serving as Compliance Officer, Kevin works closely with the Board and all employees sharing new related information to assure all departments fulfill requirements. He meets with the medical community specialists contributing new information and educating pediatric orthotic treatment.

Kevin competes in road, cyclocross, and mountain bicycle racing as well, is a community advocate for cycling safety. He is an avid snowboarder and has a passion for soccer. Kevin enjoys hiking and camping with his wife and two daughters.
 

Andy Rolewicz, CO
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Andys career began in Chicago where he developed his skills as an Orthotic Technician in 1989. He obtained his undergraduate degree in 1998 from the University of Montana and completed his Orthotic academics at Northwestern University-Feinberg School and fulfilled his residency requirements at the distinguished Tamarack Habilitation Technologies in St. Paul, Minnesota. Andy successfully achieved his Orthotic Certification from the American Board for Certification in Orthotics and Prosthetics in 1999. Throughout his career, Andy has treated a diverse patient population with an emphasis on Pediatrics. Pursuing his passion, Andy was led to Western Michigan to accelerate his specialization in Pediatrics. In 2016, Andy joined the specialized group at G.C. Meyer, Inc. dba Pediatric Orthotic Specialists.

Andy enjoys fishing, hiking, cooking, and spending time in the great Michigan outdoors with his wife and four boys in his free time.

   
         
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Shelley Parente

 

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Jarrod Korson

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Jenny Baker

Certified Prosthetic and Orthotic Assistant

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Beca Padilla Scott

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Amanda Erpenbeck

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