Lexington, Kentucky Certified Orthotist – Lexington, KY

Our client is a leading practice dedicated to improving patients’ lives through clinical excellence and compassionate care. They are seeking a passionate and dedicated Certified Orthotist (CO) to join their dynamic team in Lexington, KY. The Lexington office is in an exciting phase of expansion and growth, making it an ideal place for professionals eager to contribute to the development of the practice. As a Certified Orthotist, you will play a pivotal role in improving the lives of patients by providing them with customized orthotic solutions. This is a “nontraditional” schedule where the CO/LO would support hospital calls only working a total of 17 days a month with six-figure compensation.

Why Lexington, KY?

Lexington is a vibrant city renowned for its rich history, beautiful horse farms, and thriving arts scene. It offers a high quality of life with a perfect blend of urban and suburban living. The city boasts numerous parks and outdoor activities, including the scenic Kentucky Horse Park and the beautiful Raven Run Nature Sanctuary. Lexington is also home to the University of Kentucky, providing a youthful energy and a variety of cultural and sporting events. With its strong sense of community, excellent schools, and a cost of living lower than many major cities, Lexington is a wonderful place to live and work. Additionally, the city’s burgeoning food scene, historic bourbon distilleries, and frequent local festivals make it an engaging and enjoyable place to call home.


  • Patient Assessment: Conduct thorough assessments to evaluate patients’ orthotic needs, considering their medical history, lifestyle, and individual requirements. Collaborate with healthcare professionals to gather relevant medical information.
  • Design and Fabrication: Design and fabricate customized orthotic devices tailored to each patient’s unique anatomy and functional goals.
  • Patient Fitting: Precisely fit orthotic devices to patients, ensuring comfort, functionality, and alignment. Make necessary adjustments as needed.
  • Patient Education: Educate patients and their families on the proper use, maintenance, and care of their orthotic devices.
  • Documentation: Maintain accurate and detailed patient records and documentation, adhering to all regulatory standards and organizational policies.
  • Collaboration: Work with physicians, physical therapists, and other healthcare professionals to ensure a coordinated and holistic approach to patient care.
  • Continuous Learning: Stay up-to-date with the latest advancements in orthotics to provide the best possible care to patients.


  • ABC Certified in Orthotics and able to obtain Kentucky Licensure.
  • Proven experience in orthotic assessment, design, and fabrication.
  • Commitment to providing high-quality care and improving the lives of individuals through orthotic solutions.

How to Apply: To apply for this exciting opportunity, please send your resume to Hailey Morris, Senior Recruiter for O&P, at hmorris@thenewellgroup.com or contact her at 864-509-9055. You can also connect with Hailey on LinkedIn.

Share Our Jobs