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NEWS UPDATE: 9-25-2023:

Welcome aboard!   Bright Prosthetics would like to formally welcome Marena Black to our team, meet Marena Black: Healthcare Office Manager


The newest member of Bright Prosthetics team is, Marena Black, who joined the team in 2023. With over 20 years of experience in both clinical and administrative roles in the medical field, including prior work in prosthetics and orthotics, Marena is a valuable asset to the team. Currently pursuing a bachelor's degree, with an expected graduation date of 2024, Marena has prior experience in healthcare management and has spent several years working in administrative roles at both CCF Intensive Care Units and University Hospitals Administrative Office Building.


As the healthcare office manager at Bright Prosthetics, Marena is responsible for overseeing the administrative operations of the company. Her extensive experience in the medical field has equipped her with the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure the smooth functioning of the office. Marena is passionate about healthcare and believes that her work at Bright Prosthetics allows her to make a positive impact on people's lives. In her free time, Marena enjoys cooking, art, music, and spending time with her family. She is excited to be a part of the Bright Prosthetics team and looks forward to contributing to the company's success.

NEWS UPDATE: 8-24-23

Amputee Coffee Meetup!  

Based on demand Bright Prosthetics kickstarted yet another way for amputees to gather and socialize monthly with other amputees.  Our monthly Amputee Clinic participants wanted a pathway to get together more frequently and we decided why not gather over coffee and breakfast every month.  One of our great success stories is a waitress and we meet at the diner where she works.  The format is just be yourselves, interact with other amputees, share enlightening stories or talk about whatever.   

We enjoy seeing all the BRIGHT smiling Amputees monthly on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays at our walking clinics and or our Coffee meetups.    All amputees are welcome, our next Coffee meetups are planned for Sept 28th, Oct 26th, Nov 30th, and Dec 28th.   If you are interested in attending please call the office for more details and we will save you a seat at the table.  

NEWS UPDATE: 7-13-2023

Pickleball in the house:   During our July amputee clinic we introduced our amputees to the fast growing game of Pickleball.  We brought in a seasoned pickleball player (Jeff's 80-yo father who plays 4 days a week) to provide game oversight about how to play, rules, scoring and tips.  We had 12 players of various amputation level and ability that participated in our large gait room.  Most were new to racquet sports and were excited to have played.  No one fell, nothing in the office was broken and everyone exceeded even their own expectations....most of all everyone played hard and there were many laughs!  It was a pure joy to see our amputees have so much fun on a prosthesis that enables them to be so active.  


Stay tuned because everyone had so much fun we are planning on more amputee pickleball events in the future.   

NEWS UPDATE: 9-6-2022:

Welcome aboard!   Bright Prosthetics would like to formally welcome John Haas to our team. John first joined Bright Prosthetics part time  in 2019 while working towards his Master's degree in prosthetics and orthotics at Eastern Michigan University. After finishing his degree and completing his prosthetic residency in Utah he has rejoined Bright team as a board eligible clinician. John is excited to incorporate what he learned during his time away to better serve our patients.  His Bachelor's degree in exercise science and previous experience in the orthopedic shoe industry offer a unique perspective to patient care. John's addition will allow us to continue providing the highest quality care as we grow in our mission to help amputees across North East Ohio reach their full potential. 

News update:  (9/1/2020)

Happy Anniversary to us because we have just surpassed being in our new location for one year and we continue to excel at taking great care of amputees from all corners of NE Ohio.  Our new facility has worked out better than expected and offers us more space to take care of our amputees that need our care.  Our somewhat unique and expansive gait room has been a great addition to our everyday prosthetic care and has really brought an new dynamic to our monthly amputee clinics as well. 


Our new office has enabled us to build upon our already successful patient outcomes by developing unique prosthetic solutions for amputees who have been struggling with their care at other local or large providers.  Our mission is to offer amputees unique prosthetics solutions when amputation occurs or prosthetic care elsewhere is not working.  If you don't believe that Bright Prosthetics is  different from the prosthetic norm then call us and we will connect you with one of our satisfied patients so you can hear their personal story and the difference that Bright Prosthetics has made for them.  

Bright Prosthetics is a specialized prosthetic clinic and our office does not have that normal medical office look.  We have a passion for providing quality prosthetic care and work hard to take care of our amputees.  Our purpose is to do way more than simply provide an arm or a leg to someone and send it out the door, we will work to restore lost function as much as possible after an amputation.     

If you feel you need a fresh start or simply need answers then use Bright Prosthetics as a resource because we are here to help, please give us a call.  

News update:  (9/6/19)

We have just completed our move into our new clinic location and started seeing patients on September 3rd.  We only moved 1.2 miles from our original clinic location but it has still been a long project.  We required more clinical and lab space to keep with our mission of helping amputees succeed and to be able to offer more amputee specific events.  Our business has grown rapidly from scratch during the first 5-1/2 years, our growth, and now our move has been made possible by our high patient satisfaction and prosthetic outcomes.   As a prosthetics only provider, we are 100% focused on amputees and not distracted by providing shoes, orthotic or other care.  We feel this is important because we care about our patient outcomes.  Our new clinical space incorporates and offers an expansive 30'x30' fitting / training room that we will be using to help better our patient experiences.  We will also be hosting our FREE monthly Amputee Walking Running Clinics and other special amputee related events in this new area.  This is a area within the clinic where amputees can interact and learn from each other or enjoy a cup of coffee while we are doing our work in our in-house lab. 


Bright Prosthetics is a specialized prosthetic clinic and our office does not have that normal medical office look.  We have a passion for providing quality prosthetic care and work hard taking care of our amputees.  Our purpose is to do way more than simply provide an arm or a leg to someone, we will work to restore lost function as much as possible after an amputation.     

If you feel you need a fresh start or simply need answers then use Bright Prosthetics as a resource because we are here to help, please give us a call.  

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