Our Team

Stuart Weiner, CPO, LPO

Managing Director

Our director Stuart Weiner, CPO, LPO has been a national pacesetter in the field of orthotics and prosthetics since 1977.

With a degree from NYU and subsequent training at Howard Rusk Institute for Rehabilitation Medicine in NYC, he has been an innovator at the cutting edge of this very unique field.

A father of three, Stuart has been a practicing orthotist for over 30 years, creating cranial orthoses at the very forefront of this technology. Cranial Center introduced one of the first scanners in the world to the field of cranial remolding, keeping abreast of new techniques and experience in all styles of cranial helmet design. Mr. Weiner is one of a select few in the world able to design and provide specialized helmet treatment for post-operative minimally invasive endoscopic craniosynostosis surgery.

Please call 800-685-9116 to request an appointment or visit the website below for more information.
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