Fargo, North Dakota Certified Orthotist/ Certified Prosthetist Orthotist – Fargo, ND

CO/CPO in Fargo, ND


About the role:

Our client is a reputable healthcare organization dedicated to providing comprehensive orthotic and prosthetic solutions to enhance the quality of life for our patients. We are seeking a skilled Certified Orthotist/ Certified Prosthetist Orthotist (CO/CPO) to join our client’s team in Fargo, ND. Settled in Fargo, ND, known for its friendly community and vibrant culture, our client offers a unique opportunity to join a dynamic team in this welcoming Midwestern city. Fargo is not just a place; it’s an experience, and our client is at the forefront of delivering compassionate care in this thriving community. This role offers an exciting opportunity to make a meaningful impact in the lives of individuals with diverse orthopedic and limb-related needs.




-Conduct thorough assessments to evaluate patients’ orthotic and prosthetic needs.

-Engage in detailed consultations to understand patients’ lifestyles, preferences, and goals.

Orthotic and Prosthetic Design and Fabrication:

-Design, fabricate, and fit orthotic and prosthetic devices tailored to individual patient requirements.

-Utilize advanced materials and technology to ensure the highest quality and functionality of devices.

-Perform fittings and make necessary adjustments to optimize the fit, comfort, and functionality of orthotic and prosthetic devices.

-Collaborate closely with patients to address concerns and provide ongoing support throughout the fitting process.

-Maintain accurate and detailed patient records, including assessment notes, device specifications, and follow-up documentation.

-Stay updated on industry regulations and compliance standards to ensure adherence.

-Work collaboratively with physicians, physical therapists, and other healthcare professionals to coordinate comprehensive patient care.

-Participate in interdisciplinary meetings to contribute insights and enhance patient treatment plans.

-Stay informed about advancements in orthotics and prosthetics through continuous education and training.

-Attend relevant workshops, conferences, and training programs to enhance skills and knowledge.

-Collaborate effectively with other members of the healthcare team to ensure a holistic approach to patient care.

-Participate in team meetings and contribute insights to improve overall patient outcomes.

-Educate patients and their families on the proper use and maintenance of orthotic and prosthetic devices.

-Guide adaptive strategies and lifestyle modifications to promote patient independence.



-Certified Orthotist/Prosthetist (CO/CPO) certification from a recognized accrediting body.

-Strong interpersonal and communication skills.

-Detail-oriented with excellent problem-solving abilities.

-Ability to work independently and collaboratively within a team.


For More Information, Contact:


Hailey Morris

Senior Recruiter for O&P

Email: hmorris@thenewellgroup.com

LinkedIn: Hailey Morris on LinkedIn

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