An Investment in Kids That's Packed With Potential!
Pediatric Prosthetics (PDPR) is a Houston, TX based company that was started just over a year ago by Linda Putback-Bean, her husband Ken Bean, and Dan Morgan. And as the name implies, PDPR is in the artificial limb business with a focus on children. The company’s stated mission is to provide these unique services coast to coast in the US by establishing a national network of specialty affiliates.
Linda, who serves as the company’s CEO, began her career over 18 years ago; she pioneered the use of myoelectric upper extremity prosthesis; and she’s been very favorably featured in several trade journal reviews, magazine articles, and TV documentaries. In addition, Linda is well known throughout the industry for her ability to provide needed support to the often-devastated parents of her many patients. Her husband Ken, PDPR's Operations VP, not only brings decades of corporate management experience to PDPR, but he’s also the seasoned pilot that makes PDPR so desirably flexible.
Dan Morgan, who serves as PDPR’s Vice President and Chief Prosthetist, is a world-class Prosthetist-Orthotist with over 30 years experience. Having built his practice along the Texas Gulf coast, Dan was Texas Shriner’s Burn Hospital’s prosthetist of choice for years.
Sparky believes that this little company is truly in the right place at the right time, that the insiders are among the most dedicated and reputable health-care providers one will ever encounter, and that during the next 12 months PDPR shares will trade in the $ 0.60 to $ 1.00 range, and perhaps much higher.
In the case of PDPR, Sparky’s application of the old "right time - right place" logic is based on his awareness of America's huge and unsatisfied demand for precisely the unique pediatric prosthetics services that PDPR provides.
What's more, with a patient base comprised solely of still-growing children, PDPR is also very uniquely positioned to profit handsomely from all the required annual re-fits, the annuity effect, which begins right about now. For a good look at Pediatric Prosthetics, Sparky urges readers to check out the company’s website at www.kidscanplay.com.
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