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We believe we can change the culture of orthotic and prosthetic care in Kansas through outcome measures, evidence based practice, innovative products, and patient centered care programs. We don't just deliver O&P devices; we offer a better life, function, and progress for those who utilize orthoses and prostheses.
Outcome measures establish a base line function at the start of your comprehensive care plan. Then utilized again to track the progress and efficacy of the treatment plan.
Evidence based practices are a set of established standards from past research, clinical experiences, and patient values.
Patient centered care programs put the patients needs first. This includes listening, informing, and involving the patient in their choice of care.
At Professional O&P we keep the heart of our patients in mind through everything we do.
Hello, my name is Brandon L. Smith. I purchased Heartland O&P Manhattan and the founder of Professional Orthotic & Prosthetic Services, LLC which is an O&P technologies lab in Manhattan, KS.
I first learned this trade in the Army, where I served for 7.5 years. This is where I fell in love with what I do. I am a combat veteran and 100% disabled. I have a love and passion to help improve someone’s life. It’s important for me to do my best for each and every patient. I take great pride in what we do here and what we make.
In July of 2019 Heartland manhattan was merged with POPS to create a central care center where your success will reach higher limits.
I hold a BLA from UMASS Lowell (2015) and a Masters of Science in Orthotics and Prosthetics from Baylor College of Medicine (2017). I have over 14 years experience in the O&P field.
In my spare time, I enjoy bow hunting, fishing and hiking but most importantly, I enjoy quality time with my family. My wife and I have 3 daughters and a son.
Wade Honey is the Marketing Manager for Professional O & P and is a retired nurse after a varied career of 17 years. He currently is a househusband and Dad to two grown children and two well-behaved cats. His interest in the orthotic and prosthetic field is a very personal one—Wade is a double amputee himself for 8 years now, and his history of caregiving spurs him on to educate and inspire other amputees and members of the community. Wade has been involved in the Manhattan One Foot Forward amputee support and social group and has functioned as a peer visitor to amputees at different stages of the surgical and recovery process, offering them hope for a return to their lives without restrictions. His goal is to market the Professional O&P name to other providers locally and to grow the business into the premier orthotic and prosthetic provider in the area. In his spare time Wade likes to bake cookies and other goodies and has been involved in social and political activism in the area with the Flint Hills Human Rights Project and the First Congregational United Church of Christ.