We love our clinic, but it’s our team that we are most proud of. Many of our staff have been with us for decades. Dedication, teamwork and integrity shows in everything we do.
Peter ten Krooden
Peter is a Canadian Certified Prosthetist.
After certifying in South Africa (2000), Peter began his career at The Military Hospital (SA) where most of his patients had been injured in active duty. As he continued to expand his treatment knowledge, he later joined one of the biggest private prosthetic clinics in South Africa and in 2004 he moved to the Middle East. While broadening his practice, he quickly became the head of a prosthetics department in Saudi Arabia.
In 2005 he moved to Canada. Peter re-certified as a Canadian Certified Prosthetist in 2008.
Peter strives towards using the most current prosthetic technology including microprocessor knees, myoelectric arms, elevated vacuum prostheses, and Marlo style (MAS) sockets. Peter has a unique approach to the practice of prosthetics, developed through his experience gained around the world.
Each patient that he sees is carefully evaluated and a prosthetic prescription is designed to meet each patients’ specific needs. He finds prosthetics a very rewarding career and enjoys helping people. In his spare time Peter enjoys being active and loves to swim, run, and cycle.
Matt is a Canadian Certified Prosthetist.
In 2010 he graduated with distinction from the Prosthetics and Orthotics program at the British Columbia Institute of Technology. He was awarded the Dave Kenyon Research Award for the top research project as selected by Dr. Dave Kenyon. As an undergrad Matt studied in Winnipeg and earned a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from the University of Manitoba in 2008.
As a prosthetist Matt really enjoys getting to know his patients and developing a personalized care plan for everyone. The plan is evolved through a thorough assessment upon which prosthetic design is discussed with every patient which includes suspension method, liner choice, socket design, foot and knee selection and cosmetic design. Patient input and follow up are crucial in his development of care.
He is very well versed in the latest prosthetic technology and is constantly re-evaluating his practice and furthering his education to ensure he is delivering the best possible care.
Outside of work what Matt enjoys doing most is spending time with his wife and two kids. He’s passionate about exploring the outdoors through fishing, hiking, running and cycling.
Fitness and nutrition are very important to Matt. He finds inspiration from his patients to push himself further. Seeing people reach their full potential is a huge motivator!
Matt practices at both Anderson Orthopedics locations. Winnipeg and runs the Brandon prosthetic clinic.
Dan is a Canadian Certified Prosthetist-Orthotist and holds a Master in Rehabilitation Science.
Dan received his bachelor of kinesiology degree from the University of Winnipeg prior to studying clinical methods in prosthetics and orthotics at George Brown College in Toronto, Ontario. He received his certification in prosthetics in 2011 and following a second residency certified in orthotics in 2016. Since joining the profession Dan has served as association secretary, vice-president and president for the Manitoba Orthotics and has also represented Manitoba on the board of the Canadian Association for Prosthetics and Orthotics and Orthotics Prosthetics Canada regional council.
Prior to joining Anderson Orthopedics, Dan spent the past ten years practicing at the Rehabilitation Centre for Children as both a clinician and director of the P&O programs. Dan has extensive experience is pediatric prosthetic and orthotic device design and manufacturing and a keen interest in emerging technologies used for the manufacture of custom prosthetic & orthotic devices. He has experience in the custom design of devices for sport and recreation and is committed to helping his clients achieve their goals and full potential.
Dan is a lifelong learner and strives to be on the cutting edge of technology and best practices related to prosthetic and orthotic service provision. He is currently completing his Master of Rehabilitation Science degree and plans to use this skill set support an evidence based clinical practice and Anderson Orthopedics and advocate for appropriate access to services and technology for all patients treated in Manitoba.
Nathan is a Canadian Certified Prosthetist and holds a Master of Science in Rehabilitation Sciences.
Graduating with distinction from the BCIT Prosthetics & Orthotics clinical program in 2018, Nathan received his B.Sc in Human Nutritional Sciences from the University of Manitoba in 2009 and has completed his M.Sc in Rehabilitation Sciences from McMaster University (2020).
As an avid rock climber, Nathan has a dedicated passion for efficient movement. He is driven to see others succeed and conquer their challenges. Nathan is excited and proud to be part of the Anderson prosthetics team and is enthusiastic to learn from, collaborate with, and support the amputee community in Manitoba.
1818 Portage Avenue,
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3J 0G5
Phone: (204) 837-7190
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We recommend if you have a weakened immune system, or if you are high risk of contracting the virus that you reschedule any non-urgent appointments.