In 1911, RW "Pop" Snell founded Snell's Artificial Limbs, Braces and Trusses in Memphis, TN. His sons expanded the business into Arkansas in 1935 and Louisiana in 1939. Today, the practices in each state are individually owned by descendants of "Pop" Snell, with Snell's Orthotics and Prosthetics in Louisiana being locally owned and managed by Clint Snell, CPO.
1946: Shreveport office hires George Lambert, a patient and J. D. Shope transfers from Nashville.
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Susan Ballard Susan Ballard, 44, wears a KAFO (knee-ankle-foot-orthosis) to support her foot drop and right-side weakness that appeared as the result of an automobile accident in 1990.
It's only one of a number of trouble...