Rehabilitation Medical Supply is a team of experienced specialists offering custom-fit design and fabrication of prosthetic and orthotic devices for all ages and activity levels.
Jill Barron, OTR/L, ATP, is Durable Medical Equipment Clinical Specialist. She received her occupational therapy degree from the Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska, and is certified as an Assistive Technology Professional by RESNA (Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America). Jill's areas of practice include pediatric therapy services, seating and mobility evaluations, multi-discipline clinics (spasticity management and Spina Bifida), upper extremity splinting and serial casting. Jill has been on staff since 1997.
Todd Jensen, C.P. , is a board-certified prosthetic practitioner who has been designing, fitting and servicing artificial limbs since 1988. Jensen is a graduate of Northeast Metro Technical Institute in White Bear Lake, MN, and joined our staff in 2007. He is a C-Leg-qualified practitioner, and is certified in Harmony System socket technology.
Annette Vollan-Kerber, PT, MS, PCS, received her physical therapy degree from the University of Oklahoma. She is certified as a pediatric specialist by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties and completed her post-professional graduate degree at Rocky Mountain University in Provo, Utah. Annette's areas of practice include cranial remolding helmets, LE serial casting, and pediatric foot disorders.
Eric Pickering, CPO, is board-certified as a prosthetist and orthotist. His experience in fitting patients with artificial limbs and orthotic devices goes back to 1975. A prosthetic wearer himself, Pickering received his degree in orthotics and prosthetics at Cerritos College in Norwalk, CA., and interned at Rancho Los Amigos Hospital in Downey, CA. He is experienced in fitting cranial remolding helmets and is certified in C-Leg and Rheo Knee prosthetics. He joined the staff of Rehabilitation Medical Supply in Rapid City in 2004.
Erin Rice, CO, ATC, is a certified orthotist who received her Advanced Specialty degree in Orthotics from Century College in White Bear Lake, MN, and completed her one-year NCOPE Accredited residency in orthotics at Rehabilitation Medical Supply in Sioux Falls. Her areas of interest are in athletic and pediatric bracing, as well as in cranial remolding orthoses. Erin received her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Athletic Training from North Dakota State University and is currently a BOC Certified Athletic Trainer. Erin joined our staff in July of 2011.
Kristin Tuttle, MSPT, ATP, Outpatient Director, is a physical therapist and Assistive Technology Professional, with special training in durable medical equipment adaptation. Kristin's expertise is in assisting users' assistive technology needs, from evaluation and assessment, through training and follow-up. Kristin earned a Bachelor's of Science degree in nursing from South Dakota State University and a Master's Degree in physical therapy from the University of South Dakota. She joined the staff of Rehabilitation Medical Supply/Children's Care Hospital & School in January of 2002.
Mike Watt, C.O., began working in the field of orthotics in 1981, working at Marshfield Clinic in Wisconsin, Scott Craig Hospital in Denver, and Abbott Northwestern/Sister Kenney Institute in Minneapolis. He has a diverse background in spinal and upper and lower extremity orthotics for both pediatric and adult patients. He joined the Sioux Falls staff of Rehabilitation Medical Supply in 2007.
Mark Wegleitner, C.O., has been a board-certified orthotic practitioner since 1987. He spent his residency at Gillette Children's Hospital and was selected to be part of a technology transfer program to the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Meyer-Munroe Institute in Omaha, eventually moving to private practice. His expertise includes all aspects of pediatric spinal, lower extremity, and cranial orthoses, as well as adult and young adult sports' medicine, and maladies of the adult foot and ankle. He joined our staff in 2007.
Cranial Remolding Program
Power Chairs & Other Mobility Solutions
Make a donation
Click here to find out more ways
to support Children's Care!
OR donate online!
Change your life
Work at Children's Care and touch the hearts of children.
See our current Events.