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John Affenita, C.P.O.


John is the President and founder of Prothotics Technology. He is an ABC and BOC Orthotist and Prosthetist, serving the O&P field for 20 years. Currently, John is a member of the American Academy of O&P, American Orthotic & Prosthetic Association, New York Academy of O&P and the Board of Certification. John is also one of the founding members to Helping Hands Prosthetics, a 501 3c charity that provides free orthotics and prosthetics in Trinidad and is Assistant Director of Rehabilitation at Medical Associates Medical Center located in Trinidad. John is credentialed in state-of-the-art prosthetics such as the C-Leg micro processor knee, upper limb myo-electric prosthetics and elevated vacuum suspension systems like the Limb Logic and Harmony.



Howard Storfer, PhD


Dr. Storfer is the managing partner of Prothotics Technology. Joining the firm through the acquisition of American Compression and Wound Care, LLC, Dr. Storfer is one of the countries leading authorities on the use of pneumatic compression in controlling both lymphedema and for wound healing. He is the co-author of the article, “Using Intermittent Pneumatic In The Treatment Of Venous Ulcers,” Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine, Volume 1, Issue 4, Oct-Dec 2010. A Harvard Fellow in Healthcare, Dr. Storfer earned Bachelors Degrees in Management, A Master of Business Administration degree in Management, A Master of Business Administration degree in Healthcare Administration and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Management with a specialty in Healthcare. Dr. Storfer has held academic appointments at The University of Phoenix, in Healthcare and Nursing, Global Business and Management and Arts and Sciences where in 2006 he was voted the “faculty of the Year,” by the staff and student body. Dr. Storfer’s healthcare career began with the formation of Dynamic Imaging Group (NASDQ: NETD), a company he co-founded and brought public. The company was brought from concept to one of the world’s leading imaging companies in three years. Dr. Storfer left the company to form, The NET (NASDQ:NETD) which grew to be one of the Internets largest companies specializing in creating medical websites. The company and content was sold to WebMD in 2001.

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