About Abilities in Motion

For over 25 years, Abilities In Motion has provided quality prosthetics to clients in the Greater Cincinnati, Southeastern Indiana and the Northern Kentucky Areas. The AIM team is always striving to use the latest technology in order to provide the best possible care.

Our Mission is to provide quality rehabilitative services to each patient.

Our Vision is to enhance the service that we deliver through a clinical team approach utilizing technology and research.

Our Goal is to listen to and satisfy the needs of our patients.

Meet the Team

Thomas L. Walsh, CPO, LPO FAAOP

Tom is the President, owner, and the Chief Prosthetist of Abilities In Motion.  He established Abilities In Motion in August of 1995.  He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Prosthetics and Orthotics at The University of New York.  He has 30+ years of experience in the field of Prosthetics and Orthotics.  “I love helping people achieve their goals and be successful.  Recently, my daughter Abigail has entered into the profession and it has been an honor to work along side of her and share my passion with her for the Prosthetic and Orthotic field.  In my free time, I like to repair and ride dirt bikes and spend time with my loving family, especially my new granddaughter Violet.”

Abigail E. Walsh, RN, BSN

Abby is a Registered Nurse with 6+ years of nursing experience.  She has been working as one of the Licensed Practitioners at Abilities in Motion since May of 2020.  She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Nursing at Xavier University.  Before her career at Abilities In Motion, Abby worked as a Labor and Delivery Nurse.  She enjoyed her job and loved being able to help bring life into this world, but working alongside her dad (Thomas Walsh) and with amputees was always in the back of her mind so she decided to pursue it and has loved every minute of it.  In her free time, Abby enjoys spending time with her friends and family, traveling, and staying active.  “It is so inspiring to witness my patients overcome obstacles and achieve their goals.”

Theresa Goehring, RN, BSN

Theresa is a Registered Nurse with 7+ years of nursing experience in acute care and outpatient settings.  She is one of the Licensed Practitioners at Abilities In Motion.  She earned her Bachelor’s degree at Northern Kentucky University and is currently completing her Master’s degree to become a Family Nurse Practitioner.  “I have a passion for helping others, building relationships with patients, and seeing them reach their healthcare goals.  I enjoy spending time with my husband and son, reading, visiting national parks, and staying active.”


Stewart Phillips

Stewart has been a Technician at Abilities In Motion for 19 years and has been working in the field for 30+ years.  He assists in patient care and aids in the fabricating and lamination process of prosthetic sockets, along with 3D printing prosthetic products.  In his free time he enjoys playing bass guitar in his band “Wasted Potential” and spending time with his wife Christy and their two kids Blake and Sarah.

Joshua Sust

Josh has been working at Abilities In Motion for over 5 years as a Patient Adviser and Prosthetic Technician.  He is also a certified Peer Support Visitor for the Amputee Coalition. What that means is if you want to talk to someone that has an idea about limb loss, he is your guy.  He served in the United States Marine Corps for 7 years. On his 3rd deployment he had a bad day at work, where he was hit by a IED.   He was in limb salvage for 3.5 years.  Josh states” In 2015, I made the decision to join the nub club and I have not looked back since.  I’m a left below knee amputee and with that I will always be honest and I will not sugar coat anything. I will try to push you to your abilities and beyond. My goal is to have you succeed. It’s not the end, it’s just a new beginning. No matter who we are, where we come from, or what has happened to us, it does not define who we are. This journey is a marathon not a sprint.”

Samantha M.
Samantha is the Receptionist at Abilities In Motion.  “My children have taught me to be more compassionate and understanding in everyday life and this has helped me in many ways in my professional career as well. I thoroughly enjoy working with people and feel that I am able to connect with others. Working as a receptionist at a prosthetic company is a very rewarding position and it is wonderful to see the different patients and how far they have come. Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my 3 children and watching Harry Potter, which I am only slightly obsessed with, reading and being out and enjoying nature.”

Christa C.

Christa is the office manager for Abilities In Motion and has been an integral member of the team since 2017.  She received a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health from Miami University.  Christa states “For as long as I can remember, I have always had a fascination with health and wellness and I am glad to have found the field of prosthetics. I love the journey our patients take to gain back their independence. Each goal our patients have is significant, whether it’s taking their first step or getting back to their favorite hobby. It brings me joy to play a role in this. Outside of work, I love taking my dog, Lacey, to the park and throwing the frisbee for her. I’m also a huge foodie and I’m always in pursuit of finding new restaurants and food trucks to try.”
Gabriella (Gabby) W.
Gabby is the Authorization Specialist at Abilities In Motion.  She has 10+ years of Customer Service and 3+ years Admin. Assistant experience.  Gabby opens the line of communication between the Services you need and your Health Insurance Provider to get the Approvals that are required.  She’s been working with AIM since 2018 and has loved every second. Her biggest reward is seeing the smile on the faces of Patients after receiving their first prosthesis. “Watching our patients overcome obstacles and win a journey is inspiring and admirable.”
Debbie Schwemberger
Debbie is the Insurance Coordinator at Abilities In Motion and has been on the AIM team for 15 years.  She is a bilateral amputee and has been a patient of AIM for 21 years.  She has two kids, Amber 35 and Chris 33 who have given her 3 wonderful grandchildren Jaxon 7, Hendrix 5, and Nova Rose 3.  She watches her grandkids on her days off and weekends, if needed.  She bought a house for her mom and herself after her husband passed.  Therefore, her mom and her enjoy her grandchildren and great grandchildren together.