Webinar : Working with Osseointegrated Patients in Practice Today

Register for our free educational webinar on ‘Working with Osseointegrated Patients in Practice today’ co-hosted by Ottobock USA.

We invite you to attend our educational webinar on “Working with Osseointegrated Patients in Practice Today”. The webinar will introduce prosthetists to the various bone-anchored implants currently encountered in practice today.  Additionally, we will review some of the unique patient care considerations as well as component selection and the alignment of the prosthesis for this growing population.

Kurt Collier, CP, our VP of Prosthetics, for Integrum and Aideen Curran, Prosthetist/Orthotist Clinical Manager from Ottobock US will co-host this exciting forum.


We welcome prosthetists caring for Osseointegration patients and/or interested in staying updated with current techniques and procedures in working with Osseointegrated patients to attend the webinar.

Date & Time

30 Sept 2020, Wednesday

North America

  • 11:00 am-12:00 pm PDT
  • 2:00 pm-3:00 pm EDT


  • 8:00 pm-9:00pm CET

Kurt Collier

Kurt Collier is a certified prosthetist with over 30 years of experience in the prosthetic industry. He has successfully brought advanced prosthetic technology directly to clinicians through clinical education. Moreover, he has worked on facilitating and accelerating access to these advances within amputee populations. He currently serves as the Vice President of Prosthetics at Integrum AB.

Aideen Curran

Aideen Curran is a certified prosthetist orthotist who studied at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia. Aideen is a clinical specialist who joined the Ottobock U.S. Professional Clinical Services Team after 7 years at Ottobock Australia where she was responsible for the Ottobock Academy, a dedicated training facility for CPOs and technicians from across Australia and NZ. Aideen has extensive experience with Osseointegrated patients. She also has experience in upper limb prosthetics, orthotics, and has worked actively in high-end patient care fittings.