Your perfect fit for personalized care.
We have vast experience working exclusively with amputees to restore your quality of life through personalized prosthetic care in a family-friendly atmosphere.
Mark A. Nielsen, CP, ATC
2006 Certificate in Prosthetics; Northwestern University
2001 BS in Athletic Training; Slippery Rock University
ABC Certified in Prosthetics
Mark is a dedicated, compassionate prosthetic clinician with a desire to continually provide amputees an unparalleled standard of prosthetic care. He brings over 20 years of experience working with patients and putting their needs first.
Mark has over two decades of health care experience and has gained extensive knowledge in designing prostheses for upper and lower extremities. He is certified in a variety of prosthetic devices including Otto Bock Microprocessor knees and upper extremity componentry, WalkAide, PropioFoot, iWalk Powerfoot BiOM, and Compas. Mark also served as National Residency Program Director for prosthetic residents of Physiotherapy Associates. Prior to his work in prosthetics, Mark worked as a Certified Athletic Trainer in both the inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation settings at Hanover Hospital and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Joshua Erickson, CTP
Founder/Certified Prosthetic Technician
ABC Certified Technician in Prosthetics
Joshua is a creative, detail oriented prosthetic technician. He believes that every patient and every prosthesis is unique and deserves skill and attention to achieve the best fit and finish. Joshua is on the forefront of new technologies, materials and techniques which enables him and the Kinetic team to make sockets that are lighter, more durable, and more comfortable for patients.
Joshua is an ABC certified prosthetic technician with over 15 years experience. From prosthetic design and construction to personalized laminations and cosmetic covers, Joshua is thoroughly experienced in all aspects of prosthetic fabrication. After a hard days work in the prosthetic lab, Joshua goes home and continues honing his fabrication skills. He is currently restoring an old farmhouse, planning to weld a tractor from scratch and teaching his son the finer points of using a fork to put food in his mouth instead of on the curtains.
ANDREW SKOBAC, CP, MSOP
2012 Master of Science in Orthotics and Prosthetics; Eastern Michigan University
2009 BS Bio Engineering; University of Maryland
ABC Certified in Prosthetics
Andrew is a resourceful and innovative prosthetist who works with patients in private practice, hospital, and home settings. Having a background in engineering gives him an edge in working with emerging technologies in the field of prosthetics. Andrew utilizes a CAD modeling program and a 3D printer to solve unique challenges facing patients that can’t readily be addressed with traditional approaches.
Andrew has volunteered with numerous adaptive sports organizations, and is currently the Pennsylvania Center for Adapted Sports’ Adaptive Climbing Program Coordinator. While primarily focusing on adaptive climbing, he has also taken part in skiing, golfing, biking, kayaking, basketball, and rugby events. Andrew is dedicated to helping every individual participate in the recreation activities they want to, both inside and outside of his work life.
REID BEAUCHEMIN, MSPO, CPO
2018 Master of Science in Prosthetics and Orthotics; University of Hartford
2014 Bachelor of Science in Health Science/Pre-Physical Therapy; Quinnipiac University
ABC Certified in Prosthetics and Orthotics
Reid is a passionate, caring prosthetist who listens and gets to know his patients so that he can treat them as people. He takes his time to not just provide a device but works with the patients on the fundamentals needed to walk. Prior to Kinetic Prosthetics, Reid has worked in several of the largest prosthetic clinics in NYC and CT, which has allowed him to have a wide spread knowledge base, and experience with all the latest upper and lower extremity prosthetic devices.
In addition to this, Reid is very involved with the amputee community outside of work. Reid has been heavily involved with Camp No Limits since 2015, which is a camp for children with limb loss. He has also had the privilege to travel to Peru, Haiti and the Philippines to make prostheses for the amazing people in these areas. Through these trips, Reid has seen how true it is, that with the right mindset patients really can accomplish anything they want.
CAROL A. ZINDEL
BS in Business Administration, Marketing
Carol is results oriented had has a proven record of accomplishment in increased patient satisfaction and retention. She is adept in leading multifunctional areas of operation including customer service, medical billing, credentialing, marketing, accounting, and collections. Her background in marketing and advertising pairs well with promoting our personalized care and customized in-house solutions along with our desire for growth.
When she is not spending time with her family, you will find her volunteering as Chairperson for her township Park and Rec Board where she enjoys event planning and working with the community. She is also very involved in Boy Scouts and is Fundraising Chairperson for their local Troop.
Certified Prosthetic Technician
ABC Certified Technician in Prosthetics
Jerry first came to Kinetic Prosthetics as a transfemoral patient in May of 2016. Getting to ‘peek behind the curtain’ at Kinetic, the technical side of prosthetics interested him. After deciding to shadow Josh in the lab and helping make his own socket, he liked it enough to join the team in early 2018. Jerry always enjoyed working with his hands as well as helping out others. Jerry takes a lot of pride in all of his work here at Kinetic Prosthetics and proudly completed his training to become an ABC certified technician. In his free time, Jerry is always upgrading his Jeep for the next off road adventure with his son. He also rides motorcycles and enjoys spending time outdoors with his family.
ALLIE MARTIN, BS, MS
Community Activity Coordinator
Master of Science in Biology; Chatham University
Bachelor of Science in Biology; Elizabethtown College
Allie, a below the knee amputee for 29 years, started with Kinetic Prosthetics in 2014 as a patient and has since joined our team as the Community Events Coordinator. Previously she worked for one of the largest Orthopaedic companies in the area as an office manager. With this leadership and strength at organizing events, to go along with her cheerful attitude and eagerness to help mentor new amputees, she has been an amazing addition to our team.
Currently Allie is working with local organizations to schedule fun events for our patients and the whole amputee community to enjoy! Please look at our events tab, as well as Instagram and Facebook, to see all the upcoming events that she has planned!