Fillauer Clinic welcomes Jeff Eschenburg, CP

Jeff Eschenburg, CP, has been named Fillauer Clinic’s Lead Prosthetist. He relocated to Chattanooga after 10 years in Las Vegas, NV, most recently working as Lead Prosthetist at POP Prosthetics. This follows 15 years of experience in Michigan where he began his career with Wright & Filippis, later owned his own business, and eventually partnered with Michigan Vascular Mobility Center.

As an above-the-knee amputee, he is passionate about Fillauer and is already an avid user of the company’s AllPro, which he wears to hike and spend time outdoors with his family.

“I’m excited to be part of Fillauer, where I am confident in the company’s holistic approach to clinical care, from the clinic to education, to operations and even product development and manufacturing,” Jeff said. “It’s a good fit, and I’m thankful for the opportunity.”

Jeff began his career in prosthetics because of his own experience as an amputee. He suffered severe injuries in a farming mishap at the age of 12, resulting in amputation. Disenchanted with the function of his prosthesis, Jeff decided to focus his studies on Health Science in Preventive and Rehabilitative Programs. He entered the field of prosthetics as a technician in 1995 and attended Northwestern University to receive a clinical certificate in Prosthetics in 1998.


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