"My interest in this field was sparked when a friend of mine at the age of 13 had to make a courageous decision to have her leg amputated due to a degenerative bone disease . My ambition is to assist people in similar circumstances and help them return to their normal lives."
Jason Frisch, B.O.C.P./C.O.
Vice President/Anderson, Seneca
Jason’s career in prosthetics and orthotics began in 1993 at Shriners Hospital in Tampa, Florida at the age of 18. Jason attended the University of Texas Prosthetic and Orthotic Program from 1996 to 1998. Upon graduating, Jason returned to Shriners Hospital in Greenville, SC obtaining his orthotic certification in 2001. Jason further pursued his career and obtained prosthetic certification in 2006.
Jason is happily married. He and his wife are expecting their first child. He lives in Piedmont, SC. and spends much of his time with family. Jason enjoys traveling around the state and playing golf in his free time.
Jason has joined our staff as a manager and partner in the Anderson facility. He has assumed control of daily patient C ·A · R · E in the Anderson and Seneca areas.