Ryan has been in the prosthetics industry since 1999. Ryan received his bachelor of science degree in Health Sciences from Lock Haven University and his Prosthetic Certificate from California State University at Dominguez Hills. He was certified by the American Board for Certification in Orthotics and Prosthetics in 2003, and completed his prosthetics residency at RJ Rosenberg Orthopedic Lab. Since then, Ryan has taken care of patients at Moss Rehabilitation and Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Ryan was a clinical representative for Motion Control, in which he provided training to prosthetists worldwide. Ryan also travels to Haiti to provide volunteer upper and lower limb prosthetic services for the residents of Port de Paix and the surrounding community with a team of PTs, OTs, and nurse practitioners.
Richard J. Rosenberg
Richard has been a prosthetist for over 40 years and specializes in the design, fitting, and fabrication of advanced prosthetic devices. Richard received his formal education at Northwestern University and is a licensed practitioner by the Ohio Board of Orthotics, Prosthetics, and Pedorthics. He was certified by the American Board for Certification in Orthotics and Prosthetics (ABC) in 1969. Rich is a member, and past president, of the Ohio Orthotic and Prosthetic Association (OOPA).
Tammy Franklin, CFm, is a Certified Mastectomy Fitter and is the clinical director of Personal Symmetrics, which provides postmastectomy services to women who have had full or partial breast removal or reconstructive surgery. Tammy also is the office administrator and manages all aspects of RJROL’s justifications, authorizations, and billing procedures. She attends continuing education for all new CMS policies and procedures. Tammy relocated from Centralia, Illinois, in 1984 and she joined RJROL shortly after. She has two children. She and her husband, Steve, enjoy music, dancing, movies, browsing antique markets, motorcycling, and spending time with their families.
Robert Terry, Prosthetic Technician, has been with RJROL since 1985. Bob has always had an interest in tactile work, and is an expert in fabrication techniques. Bob’s skill set includes a focus on fabricating lightweight and robust prosthetic systems, and customizes each device to match a person’s size and activity level. Bob is experienced in upper limb and lower limb prosthetic devices for the pediatric and adult populations. Originally from the Bridgetown neighborhood, Bob served in the U.S. Army from 1976-1979. He has three children and enjoys golf, horseshoes, and Cincinnati sports. His least favorite sports team is the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Linda Higgins, Administrative Assistant, is involved in all administrative tasks for both RJROL and Personal Symmetrics. She has been on our staff since 2000 following her retirement from patient care at internal medicine and cardiology practices. Linda is active with her church and enjoys spending time with her family and volunteering with area children’s programs. Linda resides in the St. Bernard neighborhood of Cincinnati. She has one son, Chris.