Garry Landry CP.

Garry has been working in the field of prosthetics for over 30 years. Between 1970 and 1979, Garry worked at the Edmonton General Hospital Emergency Department (active treatment hospital). This is where his interests in prosthetics & orthotics began, while caring for this special group of patients. Garry worked at the University of Alberta Walter C. MacKenzie Centre as a prosthetic & orthotic technician from 1979 to 1984. He was certified in 1989 after completing the prosthetics & orthotics diploma at British Columbia Institute of Technology.

Garry enjoys the challenge of the continually changing field of prosthetics. He is involved in continuing education conferences and workshops to stay abreast of new innovations, techniques, and cutting edge technology. Garry lives to golf and still enjoys curling after retiring from many years on the competitive circuit.

Duane Nelson CP(c)

Duane graduated with honours from the BCIT Prosthetics and Orthotics clinical program and went on to earn his Certified Prosthetist designation from OPC in 2010. His innovation and demand for excellence earned him recognitions with the Dave Kenyon Research Award, the Prosthetics and Orthotics Award, the Pentlands Academic Award, and the BCIT Dean of Health Sciences Award.

Patients benefit from Duane’s high standard of care which stems from the knowledge passed down by his mentors, the most current technological advancements, his own comprehensive experience, and the role he plays in the multi-disciplinary rehabilitation team at the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital.

Outside of work, Duane stays active with his wife and two young children. They equally enjoy cycling in the City of Edmonton, camping in the Rockies, or visiting the family farm.

Larry Matthews (technician)

Larry was a registered orthotic technician from 1988-1992 in Edmonton. He left the profession and returned to Edmonton Prosthetics in January 2010 to work on his prosthetic technician registry. Larry has been a prosthetic user all of his life. He is a member of the of the Canadian National Standing & Sitting Volleyball Team.

Lucille Landry

Lucille began working for Edmonton Prosthetics in 2002 in a part-time position. She now maintains all the office duties.