Meet Professional and Clinical Services
Ottobock’s Professional and Clinical Services department has the largest and most experienced staff in the industry. Whether you’re a practitioner, a technician, or someone who uses our products, we’re here to provide the best possible information, accessibility and support.
Michael Pearce, C.P. (c)
Senior Manager, Canadian Professional & Clinical Services - firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephane Daviault, C.P. (c)
Senior Clinical Specialist - email@example.com
Andree-Anne Fortin C.P. (c )Clinical Specialist - firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrée-Anne Fortin graduated from Collège Montmorency in 1997. She worked at J. Slawner Ltd, a private facility in Montreal, for 22 years. It gave her the opportunity to learn from a rich tradition of mentorship and gain experience both in technical and clinical, in orthotics and prosthetics. She received her Prosthetic Canadian Certification in 2003 and has been involved in different associations and committees, both on the provincial and national level since then. Andrée-Anne joined the Ottobock team in April 2019.
Diana LombardiEducation Coordinator - email@example.com
Diana joined Ottobock in September 2019 as the educational and PCS Coordinator. Before coming to Ottobock, she spent the last seven years as the Clinic Coordinator for Sunnybrook Hospital. Diana received a Bachelor of Arts Degree with Honours from McMaster University and also completed her Canadian Research Ethics and Compliance training in 2018. Before working in the healthcare field, Diana worked as an Event Coordinator for the Toronto Sports and Social Clubs where she gathered sports teams and officiated the games.
Josée MathieuClinical Specialist, Orthotics - firstname.lastname@example.org
Josée Mathieu graduated from Montmorency College in 2001 from the Prosthetics and Orthotics program in Québec. She worked at J.E.Hanger in Montreal for almost 10 years, and joined OPC in 2006. Josée spent two and half years in the Middle East, aiding war and landmine survivors. After returning from the Middle East, she lectured at both Merici and Montmorency College in Québec, while she worked at Prosthetics Rehab Center in Lanaudiere (Bouclier) before joining Ottobock in December of 2018.
Custom Silicone Specialist - email@example.com
Caroline Sylvestre, C.P. (c)
Senior Silicone Specialist - firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve Wall R.T.P. (c)Technical Specialist - email@example.com
Steve Wall has been an amputee since age 20, after losing his leg in a fluke water-skiing accident in 1987. Since, Steve graduated from the George Brown College Prosthetic technical program in 1997. Upon graduation Steve got his start in Ottawa where he worked for eight years learning and fabricating all levels of Prosthetic devices from Partial feet to Four Quarter Upper extremity devices. For the past fifteen years Steve has led the Central Fabrication lab for Ottobock Canada. He has now moved into his new role as Profession Technical Specialist. In this role he'll spend time facilitating Practical Material courses, socket technology, as well as working with new and current amputees on their use of MPK’s, ProCarve and 3S80 running knees helping them obtain the best performance from their knees. In his free time, Steve trains and races cross country mountain bikes in provincial sanctioned abled body races.