Get to know the Perry Prosthetics Team

Our Team

Christopher A. Perry, LP CP

Christopher A. Perry, LP CP

Owner and President of Perry Prosthetics, Chris founded Perry Prosthetics 12 years ago and has over 20 years of experience in the field of prosthetics. He takes pride in providing quality care to his patients and educating them throughout their entire prosthetic fitting and rehabilitation process.  Chris is certified by the American Board of Certification in Orthotics and Prosthetics, is state licensed by the State of Ohio Board of Orthotics, Prosthetics and Pedorthics and is the director of our NCOPE accredited Prosthetic Residency Program.  He stays abreast of new technology and is certified to provide several microprocessor knee joints, including the new Genium knee. He has also received certification to provide the Helix Hip joint. Chris maintains his educational requirements by attending several O&P seminars, both, nationally and locally. By participating in educational speaking engagements throughout the community, Chris continues to keep interdisciplinary healthcare providers up to date on new developments in prosthetics.  He also enjoys partnering with other local rehabilitation professionals to ensure that his patients receive the best CARE®possible.  Perry Prosthetics is the exclusive provider of CARE®(Cooperative Amputee Rehabilitation and Education).

In his free time, Chris enjoys spending time with his family, including his wife, Theresa, and their four children, Kayla, Keegan, Kylee and Kiana.  He also takes pleasure in spending summer days on his boat, working in his leather shop and practicing guitar with his son, Keegan.

Julie K. Rubel, LP

Julie K. Rubel, LP

Licensed Prosthetist at Perry Prosthetics. Julie completed her studies in the area of prosthetics at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. She satisfied her one year residency here at Perry Prosthetics and recently obtained her license to practice prosthetics. Julie will sit for her certification exam in June of 2012. Prior to beginning prosthetic school, Julie fulfilled a role as a technician in the fabrication process of making artificial limbs, as well as the role of a clinical assistant. Perry Prosthetics wishes Julie the best with her endeavors.

Amy Cieslinski, B.A.

Amy Cieslinski, B.A.

Business Development Manager for Perry Prosthetics. Amy has worked for the company since 2009 and is responsible for all marketing needs of the company, event coordinating, referral retention and public relations. Amy is fluent in Spanish and lived in Spain for a Study Abroad Program in 2005. She received her bachelor’s degree in 2007 from Saginaw Valley State University, double majoring in Communication and Spanish. In her free time, Amy enjoys traveling, playing volleyball and cooking. You might also find her in northern Michigan camping or canoeing with her husband, Chris, or spending time with her family and friends.

Bob McDonald

Bob McDonald

Lab Supervisor for Perry Prosthetics. Bob is our lead technician and is responsible for training all lab personnel. He oversees the daily operations of the lab and ensures that it runs smoothly and efficiently. Bob fabricates all definitive prostheses and administers all other fabrication being completed by the technicians in the lab. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his son, Chance. Bob also has a great passion for hunting, fishing and being outdoors.

Chris Geiselman, RN, RTP

Chris Geiselman, RN, RTP

A Registered Technician for Perry Prosthetics, Chris is involved with the day-to-day operations of building the prosthetic limbs. His experience spans nearly a decade in prosthetics as he entered the field because he became an amputee. He also earned a degree in nursing and works as a Case Manger for the Workers Compensation Commission of Ohio and Michigan. Chris’ three children join him in outdoor activity, like kayaking, which he has competed in and is a champion at the Extremity Games, an X-Games style competition for people living with limb loss or limb difference.