Integrum Hires Prosthetics Industry Veteran to Lead U.S. Market Efforts

Kurt Collier, Certified Prosthetist

“I have never been associated with a technology that so significantly improves the quality of life for amputees as this does.”

This week in Las Vegas Integrum will exhibit and support the scientific sessions of the American Orthotic and Prosthetic Association (AOPA) 2017 World Congress. Integrum’s OPRA™Implant System technology is commercially available in the U.S. and will be demonstrated at AOPA. At this appropriate venue Integrum will introduce the newest member of its team, industry veteran Kurt Collier, CP.

Integrum is pleased to announce that as of September 1st Kurt Collier has joined the company as Vice President of Prosthetics and will be responsible for introducing and creating a strong market awareness of Integrum’s OPRA™Implant System. A significant portion of Mr. Collier’s work over his near 30 years within the prosthetics industry has successfully involved bringing advanced prosthetic technology directly to clinicians through clinical education. He has also worked on facilitating and accelerating access to these advances within the amputee populations. “We believe Kurt’s unique skill set as a clinician, manufacturer, educator and an amputee make him a natural fit for the needs of the company,” states Jonas Bergman, Integrum CEO.

“I have never been associated with a technology that so significantly improves the quality of life for amputees as this does. I could not be more excited and honored to have the opportunity to help introduce the OPRA™Implant System to the prosthetists and amputees of the U.S.,” remarked Kurt Collier, the latest member of the growing Integrum team.

During the upcoming AOPA World Congress in Las Vegas September 6-9th Integrum will be present in the exhibit hall showcasing it’s products available in the U.S.. As part of the scientific program at AOPA Dr. Richard O’Donnell, Co-Director of the International Center for Osseointegration Research, Education and Surgery (iCORES), Department of Orthopedics, University of California San Francisco will present on early U.S. experience with the OPRA™ Implant System during a symposium on “Advancements in Osseointegration Technology for Amputees,” Friday…

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