Anatomical Designs’ approach to patient care is built on 20 years of experience in the local community. We are committed to helping our patients thrive through our quality team care approach and expert service.
At ADI, we help rebuild your active lifestyle depending on your individual goals and needs. Whether you want to be more independent in your home or you long to enjoy the outdoors, we can help! Leveraging our years of experience, we custom design your device with the latest technology, collaborating with you, your physician, your insurance company, and other healthcare professionals to provide the best outcome. No matter where you are in your rehabilitation, we will help educate you and give you the tools that you need to be successful.
ADI has three office locations serving the communities of southwestern Pennsylvania, north central West Virginia and western Maryland.
- Service patients with unparalleled care to provide them with the necessary means to live more independent and productive lives
- Maintain state-of-the-art facilities to provide the most innovative and technologically advanced forms of patient care
- Continually establish sound relationships with all health care providers involved in patient care to ensure continuity of patient services
- Promote continuing education, certification and on-going training for staff in order to maintain the highest industry standards for clinical and technical excellence and product innovation
Shandon Hime, CPO, FAAOP
Founder, Owner and Head of Clinical Operations
Shandon is a certified Prosthetist and Orthotist from the American Board for Certification (ABC) in Prosthetics and Orthotics. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetics, is an Upper Extremity Myoelectric Specialist, and is certified in the Otto Bock C-Leg, Harmony Limb Volume Management System and Ossur Rheo Knee. He also holds professional development certificates in Gait and Pathomechanics, Orthotic and Prosthetic Management of the Pediatric Patient, and Orthotic and Prosthetic Management of the Geriatric Dysvascular/Diabetic Patient.
Shandon’s expertise and commitment is evidenced by his work as an instructor for various prosthetic socket systems and knee and foot components, presenting eight hour clinical courses throughout the United States to other prosthetists, physicians and physical therapists. Additionally, he is consulted by several large prosthetic and orthotic component manufactures to conduct clinical trials on foot and knee systems, providing input that has often led to design changes prior to product release. Shandon also helps to design and present educational materials on behalf of various service providers in the prosthetic and orthotic industry.
Shandon received a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology from West Virginia University, and completed his postgraduate work at Northwestern University Medical School’s Prosthetic and Orthotic Center, earning certificates in both Prosthetics and Orthotics.