NEW YORK, Nov. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- OrthoPro Services, Inc ., is proud to renew its professional membership with The American Orthotic & Prosthetic Association (AOPA). Logo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161103/435849LOGO "We are proud to be a member of AOPA, an organization that advocates for patients to have access to quality O&P (Orthotics & Prosthetics) care nationwide," said Jack Aizenstein, CO, BOCO who is a Board Certified Orthotist, Member of American Academy of O&P and OrthoPro Services' President. "O&P practitioners play an integral role in enabling physically challenged individuals to overcome serious and crippling injuries and return to more productive lives." "One of the biggest challenges for patients who suffer an illness or injury is to find the right facility or have access to qualified practitioners to move them toward a healthier lifestyle," Jack Aizenstein said "O&P is just a tiny component of America's overall healthcare system but if you are an amputee, diabetic or a patient with scoliosis; you know a Certified Orthotist or Certified Prosthetist because they are often the ones helping you live your life optimally and with dignity. AOPA has been extremely instrumental in overall education of both the public and legislature when it comes to our profession and a crucial role O&P care plays in overall physical rehabilitation process." About AOPA: AOPA ( American Orthotic and Prosthetic Association), based in Alexandria, Virginia, is the largest non-profit organization dedicated to helping orthotic and prosthetic businesses and professionals navigate the multitude of issues surrounding the delivery of quality patient care. The association was founded when needs of returning veterans in the aftermath of World War I required a national organization to address the educational and research requirements of the industry. Visit www.aopanet.org for more information.