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Sabolich Prosthetic & Research Center (AKA: Sabolich Research & Development~Scott Sabolich Prosthetics)
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Business Identifier: Prosthetic Appliances
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Inactive (Acquired)
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Location Information

9400 North Broadway Suite 610
Oklahoma City, OK 73114
   (405) 841-6800
Location: Single
Congr. District: 05
County: Oklahoma

Public Profile

A family business established in 1947 with the family name, Sabolich Prosthetic & Research Center was from the outset focused to iimproving prosthetic design and, by extension, improving the lives of patients. Taken over by the founder so'sn, the Sabolich Prosthetic & Research Center achieved reputation by such breakthrough prosthetic designs such as the patented Sabolich Socket. Featured in such publications as USA Today, National Geographic and Popular Science, and on television programs including "Dateline NBC," "Good Morning America," and "20/20." the firm continued to focus on advanced technology and quality care.. In 1994, the PA based large firm NovaCare purchased Sabolich and became NovaCare-Sabolich later sold to Hanger Orthopedic Group Inc. In 2004, the next generation of Dr Sabolich's re-entered the SBIR fold with a new NIH Phase I in a new firm.

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VC funded?
Privately Held
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Awards Distribution by Agency

Most Recent SBIR Projects

Year Phase Agency Total Amount
2009 2 NIH $858,581
Project Title: Technology Enhanced Management of Incontinence
2002 2 NIH $827,125
Project Title: Pressure Notification System To Prevent Pressure Ulcers
1999 2 NIH $833,341
Project Title: Intervention for Individuals with Neuropathic Feet
1996 2 NIH $612,599
Project Title: Device to restore sense of feel for lower limb amputees

Key People / Management

  John A Sabolich -- President

  David A Boone

  Scott Sabolich -- CP,LP, Owner and Clinical Director

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