Success stories

Paralympics athlete Nataliia Mandryk

The 2020 Paralympic silver medallist in wheelchair fencing Nataliia Mandryk visited us. During her visit, we took plaster casts of her legs and then sat down for a coffee.

The Romera family

A visit from the south. The Romera family regularly comes to us from Kempten and has prostheses fitted here!Maria Romera had to have her left forearm amputated just 3 weeks after her birth – the reason was an embolism. Her husband Manfred Romera had to have his right leg amputated up to the thigh after …

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Vanessa Low – Double amputee world champion and Paralympic winner

The athlete Vanessa Low has been a satisfied customer of Orthopädie-Technik Scharpenberg since the beginning of 2016. At the head office in Rostock, the disabled athlete is optimally looked after by master orthopaedic technician Hendrik Hörenz. The two have been a well-established team since 2011. Vanessa followed her orthopaedic technician to the Baltic Sea, who …

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Our former apprentice Paul Schmitt

At the age of 20, Paul Schmidt developed bone cancer in his right leg. He initially received a tumour endoprosthesis, but it became inflamed. This led to an amputation in 2016 – a knee disarticulation was performed. Due to an inflammation, the thigh was reamputated a year later. Despite the amputation, Paul continues to do …

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