About Us

Chris Perry CP

 

Chris is the Owner and President of Perry Prosthetics. He founded Perry Prosthetics over 20 years ago, and has thirty years of experience in the field of prosthetics. He takes pride in providing quality care to his patients as well as educating, supporting, and mentoring them through the entire prosthetic fitting process. Chris is the Clinical Director at Perry Prosthetics and is responsible for promoting and providing educational resources for his clinical staff. Chris is certified by the American Board of Certification in Orthotics and Prosthetics and licensed by the State of Ohio Board of Orthotics, Prosthetics, and Pedorthics. He also holds a seat within the Board of Directors for the American Academy of Orthotics and Prosthetics, Ohio Chapter. Chris continues to keep interdisciplinary healthcare providers up to date on new developments in the field by participating in educational speaking engagements, as well maintaining positive professional relationships throughout the community. Chris actively partners with other local rehabilitation professionals to ensure that his patients receive the best CARE possible.

 

In his free time, Chris loves to be with his daughters. Together they enjoy many outdoor projects and activities including, riding dirt bikes and fishing. He also enjoys working in his leather shop.

 

 

 

Michael Perez Certified Orthotist/Prosthetist

 

Michael is the Clinical Manager of Perry Prosthetics. He is responsible for all clinical staff, as well as oversees the technical staff. By doing so, he ensures the highest clinical outcomes are achieved by the appropriate clinician. Michael has six years of experience in the field of Prosthetics and Orthotics. He strives for exceptional patient outcomes and improves their quality of life through the rehabilitation process. He has achieved a master’s degree in Prosthetics and Orthotics at Northwesten University. Michael is certified by the American Board of Certification in Orthotics and Prosthetics, and licensed by the State of Ohio Board of Orthotics, Prosthetics, and Pedorthics.

 

In his free time Michael enjoys hunting, fishing, and spending time with his friends and family including his wife, and three children.

 

 

 

Ben Hammond 

 

Benjamin Hammond is the Residency Director for Perry Prosthetics, as well as the Facility Manager at our new Findlay location. Ben became interested in prosthetics when his wife chose to undergo an elective amputation. Together, they dove into the world of prosthetics and Ben was able to witness every step of the process and chose to dedicate his life to patient care and education.  Ben has his masters in Prosthetics from Eastern Michigan University and has 15 years of experience in the field.  Ben loves having the ability to have an immediate impact on patients’ lives, getting them back to life and educating both patients and students alike. The best feeling is when a patient comes into the office in a wheelchair, and he gets to help them walk out.
In his free time Ben loves to hunt, fish, and spend time with his wife and three sons outdoors.

 

 

 

 

Amy Cieslinski Business Manager

 

 

Amy is the Business Manager for Perry Prosthetics. She has been with the company for over ten years. Amy manages all daily operations of the front office and coordinates patient care. Amy has built lasting relationships with patients, and is a key component to the effectiveness within the office. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in 2007 from Saginaw Valley State University, double majoring in Communication and Spanish.

 

 

 

In her free time, Amy enjoys traveling and playing volleyball. She also enjoys spending time with family and friends, including her husband and their two boys, Jackson and Lincoln.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bob McDonald

 

Bob has been with Perry Prosthetics for over 10 years. Bob is the Senior Technician in our lab. Before working in prosthetics he spent many years as an iron worker and has done fabrication work his whole career. Bob’s background and his attention to detail lend to his key role throughout the fabrication process. Knowing that he has a direct impact on the quality of life of our patients is what he likes most about his job.

 

In his free time you can find Bob doing anything outside. He loves to fish, hunt, and camp; especially with his son, Chance. Bob also enjoys to cook, especially when it is his own game.

 

 

 

 

 

Amber Thursby

 

 Amber is the Medical Biller at Perry Prosthetics. She has a prompt, quick wit to her allowing her to be successful and effective in her position. Amber is responsible for medical coding and billing; as well as insurance verifications, collections and accounts receivable. She received her Associates in Business in Hospitality Management from Owens Community College.

 

In her free time, Amber enjoys painting, crafting, and reading. She also enjoys playing cards and spending time with family and friends, including her husband, Alistair, and their two children.

 

 

Debbi Westfall Receptionist

 

Debbi is the Receptionist for Perry Prosthetics. Debbi loves to serve others and has spent her career in customer service. She is the smiling face at our front desk. Debbi takes care of seating patients, office ordering, and reconciling. Debbi resides in Perrysburg with her husband, Ron. Together they have three children, and a number of grandchildren who they absolutely adore. Debbi is a member of Cedar Creek Church.

 

In their free time, Debbi and husband, Ron, serve as volunteers within the church. She also enjoys hiking in the mountains, reading, and working out.

 

 

 

Joe Vogel 

Joe is a Technician in the lab at Perry Prosthetics. He has been an amputee for 32 years and has been in the business of prosthetics for thirty of them. Joe is never done learning. He is important team member in the lab and is dedicated to understanding Perry Prosthetics’ standards. Being an amputee himself he knows just how important it is to have a comfortable and effective prosthesis.

 

In his free time, Joe enjoys spending time with his friends and family and riding his motorcycle. 

Paul Galusha  

Paul is our newest team member in the lab. He is a Prosthetic Technician. Paul likes to have fun and his presence gives the lab a light feeling. Paul has an eagerness to learn all that he can, and is looking forward to more opportunities. Paul’s interest in prosthetics came from his own amputation about five or six years ago. The goal in our lab is to fabricate the highest quality prosthetic devices that allows patients to happily regain their quality of life. Paul knows exactly how important this is and is dedicated to meeting the standards.

 

In his spare time, Paul enjoys creative expression in music and sculpting. He also enjoys spending time with his children and watching Formula 1 racing. Paul has been to all but one of our 50 states.