Alpha-Omega Orthotics & Prosthetics Inc

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Alpha-Omega Orthotics & Prosthetics Inc
Alpha-Omega Orthotics & Prosthetics Inc is listed in the Orthopedic Appliances category in Springfield, Missouri. Displayed below is the only current social network for Alpha-Omega Orthotics & Prosthetics Inc which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Alpha-Omega Orthotics & Prosthetics Inc on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 72.

Contact information for Alpha-Omega Orthotics & Prosthetics Inc is:
2021 S Waverly Ave
Springfield, MO 65804
(417) 886-8881
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Glenn Malmskog - Stuntman, Stunt Coordinator, Fight Coordinator, Explosives Technician. William Glenn Malmskog, a below-knee amputee and firefighter, stuntman, and personal trainer. With over twenty years experience in Hollywood, Glenn has fallen from more heights, fought with more swords and rigged more explosions than any amputee in North America. When Arrowbear Fire Department hired Glenn Malmskog little did they realize they would be making history. According to State Fire Marshal records, Mr. Malmskog is the first amputee full duty City Firefighter in the history of California.

Max Cleland - Joseph Maxwell Cleland (born August 24, 1942) is an American politician from Georgia. Cleland, a Democrat, is a former U.S. Senator, disabled US Army veteran of the Vietnam War, and a critic of the Bush Administration. Cleland served in the United States Army during the Vietnam War, attaining the rank of Captain. He was awarded the Silver Star and the Bronze Star for valorous action in combat, including during the Battle of Khe Sanh on April 4th, 1968. With a month left in his tour, Cleland was ordered to set up a radio relay station on a nearby hill. A helicopter flew him and two soldiers to the treeless top of Hill 471, east of Khe Sanh. When the helicopter landed, Cleland jumped out, followed by the two soldiers. Cleland reached down to pick up the grenade he believed had popped off his flak jacket. The blast slammed him backward, shredding both his legs and one arm.

Ronan Tynan - MB BCh BAO (born May 14, 1960 in Dublin, Ireland) is a popular tenor, singing in the classical Irish style. He is most famous for his renditions of God Bless America performed at Yankee Stadium during important New York Yankee games, such as Opening Day, nationally-televised games, and playoff games. Born with lower limb disabilities, Tynan elected to have both legs amputated at the age of 20 due to complications caused by a car accident. Within weeks of the accident, he was climbing stairs at his college dormitory on artificial legs. Within a year, Tynan was winning in the international Paralympics. Between 1981 and 1984, he amassed eighteen gold medals and fourteen world records.

Aimee Mullins - (born 1976 in Allentown, Pennsylvania) is an American athlete, actress, and fashion model best known for her extraordinary collegiate-level athletic accomplishments, despite a disability that resulted in the amputation of both of her legs. She was born with fibular hemimelia (missing fibula bones) and had both of her legs amputated below the knee when she was just one year old. While attending Georgetown University she competed against able-bodied athletes in NCAA Division I track and field events and set Paralympic records in 1996 in Atlanta in the 100-meter dash and the long jump. She says she will have realized one of her ambitions when people describe her as "Aimee Mullins, the model", rather than "Aimee Mullins, the disabled model".

Harold Russell - Harold John Russell (January 14, 1914 - January 29, 2002) was a Canadian-American World War II veteran who became one of only two non-professional actors to win an Academy Award for acting. Harold Russell was born in North Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada. While an Army instructor, and training with the U.S. 13th Airborne Division stateside in 1944, a defective fuse detonated an explosive he was handling while making a training film. As a result, he lost both hands and was given two hooks to serve as hands. After his recovery, and while attending Boston University as a full-time student, an Army film called Diary of a Sergeant about rehabilitating war veterans was made featuring Russell. In 1964 President Lyndon B. Johnson appointed him as Chairman of the President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped which worked to educate employers about the capabilities of disabled people.