The Valdosta-Lowndes Chamber of Commerce and Renasant Bank presented Limbcare Prosthetics and Orthotics of Georgia, Inc. with the September Small Business of the Month Award.
Limbcare is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) clinic that specializes in prosthetic and orthotic devices to provide the most advanced orthotic and prosthetic care, diabetic shoes, and inserts throughout South Georgia.
Limbcare was started by John Rodman, a veteran who served for 15 years in the business of prosthetics. Initially starting as one location with a staff of 10 people, Limbcare now caters to multiple locations across Tifton, Americus, Valdosta, Cordele, LaGrange, and Albany. All locations still utilize a smaller staff to contribute to a feeling of family.
"Limbcare Prosthetics & Orthotics of Georgia is more than just a medicinal practice, it is a family unit dedicated to helping others of all ages who may have musculoskeletal disabilities or other injuries take control of their lives and gain the self-confidence they need to go flourish." Faye Rodman, office manager, said.
Limbcare prides themselves in going beyond the clinic to provide for the residents of Valdosta. They take part in a multitude of community events such as the March of Dimes, which supports mother's and children's mental and physical health so that all children may have an opportune life. They also contribute to local VA clinics.
For more information please visit Limbcare Prosthetics & Orthotics of Georgia Inc. at 2910 North Ashley Suite K, Valdosta, GA 31602 or call 229-247-7561.