Did you know that 80% of amputees live in low-income countries and only 2% of them have access to care?
The Range of Motion Project (ROMP) — a non-profit, for-impact healthcare organization co-founded by a former Scheck & Siress practitioner in 2005 — is dedicated to providing prosthetic and orthotic care to those who cannot afford it or don’t have access to these services.
ROMP has provided over 2,000 custom-made
prosthetic limbs and thousands of orthotic devices to underserved populations in Guatemala, Ecuador, Haiti, and the USA.
To support the mission of ROMP and help empower people with mobility, Scheck & Siress hosted A Day at the Races –– a fun, professional networking event with colleagues and live horse racing in September.
This wouldn’t have made possible without our referral sources, sponsors, and employees.