“Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.”
Marc Werner, CEO
Certified Orthotist-Prosthetist, CEO of LIO&P
Marc is an American Board Certified Prosthetist/Orthotist who has been providing care and treatment to patients throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties for over 28 years. Specializing in lower limb prosthetic devices and custom bracing, Marc is certified in all major devices and technologies including Harmony vacuum sockets, Genium Bionic Prosthetic System, C-Leg, and more. In addition to being on staff at most major hospitals, Marc provides services and training for OT's, PT's, Physiatrists, and medical students at local facilities, hospitals, and colleges. Marc spends his spare time at Yankee Stadium, manicuring his lawn, and relaxing with his schnauzers by the pool.
VP of LIO&P | CEO of NSOP
Karen has worked in the Orthotics and Prosthetics field for over ten years. She has her Masters of Science in Technological Systems Management from Stony Brook University. Karen is in charge of our Human Resource and Billing Department. Besides managing the two offices, Karen loves spending time with her son and two daughters, and playing with her adorable miniature schnauzers and fluffy white bichon poodle.
Monica is an American Board Certified and Texas Licensed Orthotist who earned her Bachelor degree in Biology at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. She then pursued her certification in Orthotics at Northwestern University. Monica has over 20 years of experience providing a wide variety of services over the years. Monica's experience consists of acute hospital care, pedorthics, and pediatric care. Her ability to speak Spanish is a helpful tool in assuring proper communication amongst patients. On a personal note, Monica loves soccer and played through college. Monica enjoys spending time with family and close friends.
Trina is an American Board Certified Prosthetist who has been providing care and treatment to patients in Manhattan and throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties for over 17 years. She earned her bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering at John Hopkins University. Later she received her certificate in Prosthetics from Newington, Connecticut. Trina has worked with patients in a variety of settings, - doctor's offices, nursing homes, hospitals and clinics predominantly in the geriatric population. In her spare time, Trina likes to listen to music and watch cartoons with her kids.