Michelle Joins Bulow BioTech Prosthetics

Michelle's Blog Jun 10, 2013 1 Comment
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It’s been quite some time since my last post!! Keeping very busy with a 2 1/2 year old! This is by far my favorite age, Avery is talking away!  Her imagination cracks me up.

Just a few months back, I was offered a job with Bulow Biotech Prosthetics. After interviewing the CEO/Founder Matt Bulow, I knew this was an opportunity I couldn’t resist. I mean, this really was my “dream job” being handed to me. It was hard to leave my co-workers at Artfilgo, but I knew in this new venture I would be able to continue to change the lives of amputees every single day! At the beginning of May, I started as the Director of Patient Services at Bulow in Nashville, TN.

Bulow BioTech Prosthetics Helps Amputees Nationwide Return to Normal, Happy Lives. Truly understanding what an amputee goes through in life drives the philosophy of our company. At Bulow, it’s about providing innovative prosthetic technology, one-on-one personal attention and nurturing guidance. It all started with the founder, Matthew Bulow, who lost a leg to cancer at an early age. This experience compelled him to help other amputees return to normal, happy lives. Matt’s vision continues to be our mission, and can be felt throughout our staff and clinics. Bulow Biotech Clinics are located in Colorado, Texas, Tennessee, South Caroline and Georgia.

One of my main roles will be heading the Amputee Peer Visitor Program. Any individual can be subject to the loss of a limb, which can be devastating emotionally and physically. There are many tools which can assist patients in recovering and regaining the self-confidence to move forward. Nothing gives more hope to a patient then meeting with an amputee who is successfully living with limb loss, who can provide inspiration and support to new and prospective amputees. As a Certified Peer Visitor,  a peer visit can be at the hospital, rehabilitation facility, home or telephone.  www.bulowbiotech.com  I truly am so excited about being a part of Bulow and continuing to changes the lives of others!!!!

One Response to “Michelle Joins Bulow BioTech Prosthetics”

  1. Reply Diane says:

    Hi Michelle, I am so happy for you, working can be difficult when raising a family but when it’s something you like doing it really makes a difference.
    I follow Avery’s pictures on FB and smile…she is adorable. I am hoping you will do a Mending Limbs Event this fall so I can see her again. Let me know if and when your next event will take place.

    Fondly,
    Diane

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