Ottobock Announces 3 Mobility Hires 

Ottobock has hired three territory sales representatives for its Mobility Solutions Business Unit.

Mobility, prosthetic and orthotics manufacturer Ottobock has hired three territory sales representatives for its Mobility Solutions Business Unit:

In his new position, Brad Flowers is responsible for the territory that includes North and South Carolina.  Flowers comes to Ottobock with extensive experience in medical device sales including capital equipment, OR sale, and medical devices in critical care settings.  He is a graduate of the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, and holds an Associate in Applied Science degree in physical therapist assistant studies from Michiana College in South Bend, Ind.

Aaron Pierce is responsible for the territory of Southern California for Ottobock’s Mobility Solutions. Pierce is an Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) and is experienced in the areas of clinical evaluation and implementation, engineering design, project management, and business development.  He holds a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (ABET) from the Rochester Institute of Technology (Rochester, N.Y.) and a Master of Science in Engineering from Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colo. 

In his new position with Mobility Solutions, Jeffrey Meischen is responsible for the territory of Southern Texas and Louisiana.  He brings to Ottobock more than 20 years' experience in the durable medical equipment industry specifically in mobility, healthcare related sales, management, and clinical experience.  He holds a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration from Texas State University (San Marcos, Texas).

“These new hires represent many years of industry experience, and their significant knowledge and records of professional successes are impressive,” says Matt Swiggum, business unit director for Mobility Solutions for Ottobock.  “We are pleased to have them on our team and look forward to the immediate impact they are sure to have with their customers and in the market.” 

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