The Center for Orthotics
and Prosthetics, Inc.
The Center for Orthotics and Prosthetics is a full service orthotics and prosthetics facility that caters to the individual needs of each and every patient that becomes part of our family. We believe that if you treat every patient like he or she were a member of your family then the level of care will be unparalleled. As a result, the patient will have a better outcome because their specific treatment plan was individually tailored to their particular needs.
We have a staff that goes the extra mile to ensure that you, the patient, have a great experience. While we understand that many patients enter treatment as a completely new experience without expectations, it is our goal to make that experience unique. It begins with the front office staff that greets each patient in person or on the phone. Simply put, we want to listen to your needs, understand your situation and meet your desires.
The practitioners at COPI have over 100 years of combined experience to recommend a treatment plan that will create the best outcome possible. Time and attention will be taken to make sure that the device is well fitting, but the service that you will receive after the device is fit is paramount for the continuous progress of any treatment plan. For this reason, COPI will always try and adjust a device so that you can get the most out of the product.
At COPI, we simply put the patient first and listen to that individual’s needs. It is this simple but effective credo that makes COPI different and unique. We would like for you to experience the difference that COPI can make in your life.
Jack Steele, CO, LCO, FAAOP
has practiced Orthotics in West Tennessee for more than 30 years. Jack has a unique, broad range of expertise that encompasses everything from acute care to outpatient rehabilitation to a vast extensive knowledge of treating pediatrics. Jack has a reputation for being a detailed, and skilled practitioner who always seeks the best outcome for his patients. This core value has made him an integral part of the highly specialized team of healthcare professionals at LeBohner Children’s Hospital and The MED. His areas of specialty include Scoliosis, Plagiocephaly, Club Foot Disorder, Spina Bifida and Cerebral Palsy. Jack is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists and currently serves as President of the Tennessee Society of Orthotists and Prosthetists.
Jim Huddleston, LCO
has practiced Orthotics for more than 10 years. He is a graduate of the University of Memphis and is an ABC Certified Orthotist. Jim has a vast experience in treating patients of all ages. He has a passion for lower extremity orthotics and enjoys working with children. Some of his specialty areas include treating the hip for Cerebral Palsy children, Adolescent Scoliosis and various Gait Pathomechanics. He is certified in the SWASH Orthosis, Providence Scoliosis Program and Functional Integration of Gait Biomechanics and Orthotics.