About Us

Our Story

Prosthetix Shop is the premier prosthetic facility in Cincinnati, Ohio providing state-of the-art, expert and licensed prosthetic care throughout the tri-state area. Patients actually seek us out because we’ve earned the trust and respect of their peers, surgeons, physicians, physical therapists, nurse practitioners, nurses and aides.

Simply put, we’re here to create a successful outcome for you!


Staff


Aaron Moles

aaron_frontProsthetix Shop was founded by Aaron Moles, who graduated from Northwestern University’s Prosthetic & Orthotic Certificate Program in 2004, following his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Wright State University.

He is an expert in the design and custom fabrication of prosthetic devices and appliances and is licensed in Prosthetics by the State of Ohio. Aaron’s experience in the medical field began in 1989 as a Search and Rescue Specialist in the United States Navy.

Aaron’s experience includes working with body-powered and bionic prosthesis, myoelectric limbs, the Rheo Knee, the Power Knee, C-legs, and Proprio Feet. He has also been a long-time advocate of the Ertl reconstruction, and has assisted local surgeons in numerous procedures. Aaron has also presented at the International Human Cadaver Prosection Program at IUSM-Northwest and regularly provides educational workshops on amputee care at local hospitals.

Nicole Jordan

nicole_frontNicole earned her BA from the University of Cincinnati in 1994 while also working full-time as a medical assistant. She’s had the good fortune to work with some of the most-respected healthcare organizations in the country, including: the Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins, UC Health, University Hospitals (Cleveland), TriHealth, Mercy Health, Christ, St. Elizabeth, FOX Rehabilitation, Functional Pathways, Griffin Hospital and Loveland Health Care.

Nicole’s focus is aiding Prosthetix Shop’s amputee patients in receiving the best quality prosthetic limbs that meet their daily vocational and recreational goals. Beyond day to day operational responsibility, much of her time is spent educating community partners on prosthetic device options (both body-powered and bionic) which promote the overall well-being of amputee patients and create positive outcomes for them.


Mission

It is our mission to improve our patients’ quality of life, helping them to successfully and fully re-engage in their vocational and recreational activities.