David Caldwell is from Abilene, Texas and graduated from Cooper High School in 1986. After high school David served in the U.S. Army for four years. He attended basic training in Fort Knox, Kentucky, served 1 year in Camp Casey, South Korea and then 2 1/2 years in Mannheim, West Germany.
David’s experience began from volunteering at the Abilene Artificial Limb Company with Kent Phillips and Cecil McMorris in 1992. The work ethics and prosthetic experience gained from working at the Abilene Artificial Limb Company lead to a rewarding career in helping others regain their independence.
David graduated from McMurry University in Abilene, Texas with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology and a minor in Psychology. David attended Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois for his Orthotic and Prosthetic education.
David is certified by the American Board of Certification (ABC) to practice Orthotics and Prosthetics in the United States (CPO) and licensed to practice Orthotics and Prosthetics in the state of Texas (LPO).
David has worked in the field of Orthotics and Prosthetics since 1992. David has extensive pediatric experience working for Shriner's Hospitals for Children in Houston, Texas and Shreveport, Louisiana. He has also been trained in micro-processor knees (C-Leg), Harmony elevated vacuum suspension system, Ohio Willow Wood Limblogic elevated vacuum system, and myo-electric upper limb prosthetics.
David Caldwell opened Caldwell Prosthetic and Orthotics in McKinney, Texas on April 1st 2007 focused on building patient relationships through communication and education to improve lives.