Aaron is a graduate of the University of Tennessee Medical Center for Occupational Therapy and a post-graduate of the University of Connecticut as a Certified Prosthetist. He completed his residency at CFI Prosthetics in Memphis, TN, under Ronney Snell, CPO, the past president of the American Orthotic and Prosthetic Association (AOPA). Aaron served at the amputee clinic for St. Jude Children’s Hospital after completing his residency. He is a Certified ABC Prosthetist and Occupational Therapist, and has worked in the field of Occupational Therapy as a home health therapist, staff hospital therapist, and hand therapist. Aaron is a member of the Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists Lower-Limb Society. Aaron started the nation’s first physician based prosthetic residency program certified by The National Commission on Orthotic and Prosthetic Education (NCOPE) in Nashville, TN at The Surgical Clinic. This residency is the most unique and comprehensive training program for prosthetic residents, as the program only works with prosthetics and amputation surgery. The physicians participate actively in the prosthetic education process and with research and resident theses projects. Aaron is an adjunct faculty with Belmont University Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) program and Vanderbilt Engineering program, serving as the prosthetics course director. He has completed specialized training in upper-extremity limb loss, myoelectric technology, pediatric rehabilitation, vacuum assisted technology, and microprocessor prosthetics.