Our practitioners are accustomed to delivering care in our offices or in hospitals, rehabilitation centers, skilled nursing facilities, and occasionally to a patient’s home. We are also available to deliver care 24/7. This level of service and expertise provides the highest standards of quality and care for you.
Claudia Aguilar has been in the medical field since 2007. She started as a Medical Assistant then became a registered Medical Assistant and started working for Prosthetic & Orthotic Group in 2013. She has the pleasure of working as a lead Patient Service Coordinator for the Whittier Office. Claudia is married and a mother of two beautiful children, a daughter who is 14 years old and a son who is 4 months old.
Mr. Fujikami began his career in orthotics and prosthetics as a technician over 30 years ago. After honing his fabrication skills, Mr. Fujikami wanted to advance his training to become a clinical practitioner. He proceeded to graduate from the California State University Dominguez Hills Orthotic and Prosthetics Program in 1993.
To keep abreast of the latest technology, Mr. Fujikami has completed specialized certifications in the WalkAide® System, cranial remolding helmets and various scoliosis treatment modalities. In addition, he has additional training in elevated vacuum suspension systems for prosthetics.
Besides work, Kevin enjoys traveling and spending as much time as possible with his wife and children. He keeps himself busy by working out, playing hockey, surfing, and running Spartan races. He has two children that keep him occupied and entertained with their various sporting and school events.
Mr. Ho is a Certified Orthotist and is completing his prosthetic residency with Prosthetic & Orthotic Group. He graduated from the California State University, Dominguez Hills Orthotic and Prosthetic (CSUDH O&P) Masters’ program in 2016. His undergraduate studies at Willamette University involved a major in biology with a minor in chemistry. It was his biology mentor that introduced Mr. Ho to the field of O&P and sparked his interest. Eager to learn more about the profession, Mr. Ho took it upon himself to volunteer at various O&P facilities in the San Jose/San Francisco Bay areas.
Mr. Ho likes the hands on aspect of helping people and making things. He enjoys assisting the very young to the very old. Mr. Ho equally enjoys both prosthetics and orthotics. He finds that he is drawn to new technologies, materials and fabrication techniques that can improve patient outcomes.
He is a native Californian, growing up in San Jose, CA. Outside of work, Peter likes to go to the gym, go on hikes, and ride his bicycle. His favorite hike so far is around the Crystal Cove Park area.
Mr. Kanzawa began his professional career at the prestigious Rancho Los Amigos Medical Center where he acquired exposure to a wide variety of patient populations: pediatric and adult spinal cord injury; stroke and neuromuscular rehabilitation, burn and diabetic foot and amputations. In 1996, he transitioned to Anaheim Prosthetics and Orthotics to expand his clinical exposure in prosthetics as well as geriatrics. In 1998, Mr. Kanzawa graduated from California State University Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) with a bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences in Orthotics and Prosthetics. After graduation, he went into private practice specializing in sports and orthopedic orthotics. In addition, Mr. Kanzawa has had the opportunity to guest lecture for the physical therapy departments of both Chapmen University and Mount Saint Mary’s; was a part-time instructor of orthotics at CSUDH and has had the pleasure to work with world class sports physical therapists and their patients.
Paul brings nearly 30 years of clinical experience, practical applications and dedicated patient care to P&O Group.