Upon completion of his work at Newington, Tom accepted the position of Director of Orthotics at Fidelity Orthopedic in Dayton, Ohio in order to move closer to his hometown of Cincinnati. During his time there, he completed his Prosthetic Residency program, which included groundbreaking experimentation in Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM). Tom was one of the first prosthetics to utilize CAD/CAM in the field of prosthetics, and he continues to utilize the latest technology to improve the field of prosthetics.
Motivated by a desire to have complete control over the quality of care his patients received, Tom was moved to open his own facility. Abilities in Motion (AIM) was established in August 1995. The facility is located at 5701 Cheviot Road in Cincinnati, Ohio. AIM gladly serves but is not limited to helping patients in the tri-state area of greater Cincinnati, northern Kentucky and southeastern Indiana. Patients from as far as Tennessee have benefited from Tom and his team's innovative care.
In order to better serve their patients, AIM will be opening a second, brand new state-of-the-art facility at 11151 Kenwood Road, Cincinnati in January 2012. This new location will be more than twice the size of the existing Cheviot Road location and will incorporate an indoor running/walking track, exercise equipment, basketball hoop and soccer/golf net. The facility will also include a variety of terrains including ramps and stairs to simulate real life situations.