Jonathan Cook, CPO is the Director of Clinical Education and Technical Service at College Park. After 20 years of clinical patient care in private practice, he joined our team to help develop and execute educational seminars and clinical application workshops. He travels the world sharing his insight on topics relevant to the prosthetic industry. He also oversees our technical support team who provides guidance on product selection and support. Jon has a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Biomechanics from the University of Iowa. He also earned his certificate in Orthotics and Prosthetics from Northwestern University in 1998. We are thankful for his expertise and passion for education.

 

“The most rewarding part of my job is teaching and learning. I like helping people learn how to get better outcomes for their patients and sharing the knowledge that I have gained during my 20 years in the field. I also enjoy learning about the challenges of our customers, both domestically and internationally, so that we can better serve their needs through product development here at College Park.”

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3D Printed Prosthetics: Fad or Future?

About six years ago my father gave me a book titled, Fabricated: The New World of 3D Printing. At the time, he told me that this would be coming to the field of prosthetics soon. It took me a while to get through the book because I didn’t in...

TMR: The Future of Myoelectric Prosthetics?

In the prosthetics field, we’re all familiar with TMR, or Targeted Muscle Reinnervation. Although this isn’t a new concept, it’s only now gaining acceptance and popularity in the upper limb prosthetics field. I’m going to w...

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