SHERI HATT, LPO, MHI
Prosthetist / Orthotist
Sheri Hatt is a board certified and Texas State licensed Prosthetist/Orthotist. She is a recognized Innovative Health Care Leader in the O&P field. Sheri has practiced as a prosthetist/orthotist for over ten years and has over twenty years experience taking care of amputees.
She started off in the U.S Army in San Antonio, TX, where she received her initial training treating new amputee patients as an Orthopedic Specialist. She worked at the Long Beach Veteran’s Hospital in the Prosthetics Department for four years as a volunteer to learn the art of prosthetics.
Sheri graduated Magna Cum Laude from California State University-Dominguez Hills with a concentration in prosthetics and orthotics. She went on to Arizona State University and graduated with a Master’s degree in Healthcare Innovation. Sheri specializes in post-operative amputee wound care.
As a board certified and licensed prosthetist/orthotist she understands the balance between superior patient care and maintaining the highest level of ethics and transparent healthcare.
In her free time Sheri enjoys traveling, cooking, and kayaking on the Colorado River
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