Gallery

2018

Brooke Artesi was one of four finalists in the Orthotic and Prosthetic Group of America Woman of the Year contest.

“Women play such a vital role in our profession, and we want to recognize that by honoring someone who has improved the O&P community through leadership, patient care, best practices, advocacy, or any other aspect of leadership. We all know someone who deserves to be recognized, and OPGA is proud to lead the charge on this exciting opportunity.”  – Todd Eagen, President of OPGA (Orthotic Prosthetic Group of America)

Great photos from our Amputee/Adaptive Beginners Hike on June 24th.  Thank you Reggie Showers for joining us!



If you or someone you know lives with limb loss, the Amputee Coalition (amputee-coalition.org is the absolute best resource for help! The 2018 Amputee Coalition National Conference is being held at the JW Marriott Star Pass Resort in Tucson AZ, July 12-14. #ACConference2018 #AmputeeCoalition #2018Conference #OPAF #SunshineProsthetics #TeamCollegePark

Posted by Reggie Showers on Sunday, July 1, 2018

 

 

Sunshine P&O – proud sponsor of the Eastern Amputee Golf Association’s 18th JFK Rehab / Howard Taylor Memorial Amputee Classic at the Rossmoor Golf Club, Munroe Township, NJ

2017

Team Sunshine at the Chase Apple Run for the Chilton Medical Center Foundation. October 15, 2017

 

 

 

Our Sunshine Amputee/Adaptive Hikes are a great success!


2016

April 15th, Brooke Artesi and Sunshine P&O Staff attended The Chilton Wine Event, a fundraising for Chilton Hospital.  The event featured over 300 wines from around the globe, including Europe, the Americas, Australia and New Zealand. Premium liquors, brandies, cognacs, single malt Scotches, whiskeys and craft beers were also made available for sampling, along with an extensive array of hors d’oeuvres and international foods.

top L-R: Rich Romaine, Sean Allen, Steve Pezzetta bottom L-R: Natalie Johnsen, Shelley Lalonde, Beverly Spagnola, Brooke Artesi

top L-R: Rich Romaine, Sean Allen, Steve Pezzetta
bottom L-R: Natalie Johnsen, Shelley Lalonde, Beverly Spagnola, Brooke Artesi

 

April – Sean McGeough, the Engineering Instructor at Warren County Technical High School came to Sunshine P&O with his class to tour at the facility. The class consists of several teams of three students competing in SkillsUSA’s Career Pathway Showcase competition on April 9th. They are to present a technology, product and/or process that benefits their school, industry or community with a focus on either Architecture and Construction; Manufacturing or Science, Technology and Math (STEM). They have to create a display and present this technology, product and/or process to judges on day of their competition. They will be judged on their understanding of technology, product and/or process; its application; benefit to their community; their display and their presentation techniques. We were so honored they chose Sunshine P&O!

 

 

 

2015

With Niki Rellon, first female amputee to hike the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine – over 2100 miles!  Brooke caught up with her in NJ, made some repairs to her prosthesis and “kidnapped” her to a Jets game!

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Brooke Artesi rocked the Shawangunk Ridge Trail Run/Hike! 20 miles!

Brooke Artesi - completing the Shawangunk Ridge Trail - 20 mile hike

Brooke Artesi – completing the Shawangunk Ridge Trail – 20 mile hike

Butler NJ Health Fair

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Our new inhouse Fabrication Shop

2014

  • Camp No Limits - Maryland 2014
    Camp No Limits - Maryland 2014

2013

  • Camp No Limits - No Limits Limb Loss Foundation - Sunshine Prosthetics and Orthotics, Wayne NJ
    Camp No Limits - No Limits Limb Loss Foundatiion
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pre-2013

  • Brooke Artesi with 2 young campers - Challenged Athlete Foundation - Sunshine Prosthetics and Orthotics, Wayne NJ
    Brooke Artesi with 2 young campers - Challenged Athlete Foundation