BS, Certified Orthotist Prosthetist - Owner
Shane is a native of Jamesville, NC. He grew up being very active in sports, especially baseball; his first love. In 1991, Shane developed an infection from a cut, which resulted in the amputation of his right leg, above the knee. Having many family and friends who encouraged and supported him during this time of need; he began a new chapter of his life. By beginning this new chapter, he felt that his career had found him.
Shane directed his interest and studies toward becoming a Certified Prosthetist Orthotist. After graduating from high school in 1993, Shane worked as a technician in prosthetics and orthotics; for Don Truesdale, CPO in New Bern, NC while attending Craven Community College. Four years later he transferred to East Carolina University to complete his Bachelor of Science degree in Rehabilitation Studies. During which time he worked as an orthotic technician at PCMH under Ed Tilley, CO for two years.
Graduating from ECU in December 2000, Shane then transferred to Northwestern University Medical School to study prosthetics and orthotics. After returning to Greenville, NC in 2002. Shane started his residency at Hanger Prosthetics & Orthotics under Paul Sugg, CPO. While working at Hanger; he became a Certified Prosthetist Orthotist in September 2004, through the American Board for Certification in Prosthetics and Orthotics. Shane then relocated to Saint Petersburg, FL to practice prosthetics and orthotics.
In May 2006, he returned to Greenville, NC to found Orthotics & Prosthetics East Inc. Shane's goal is to provide individuals in need of prosthetics and orthotics; the highest quality of care in the area. Shane's team approach with the patient, physician, therapist and local support groups are all working for you. Together we can accomplish this. In his off-time Shane enjoys fishing, offshore scuba diving, hunting and spending time with family and friends.
Certified Orthotist Prosthetist - Practice Manager
Randy graduated from Lebanon High School in Lebanon, Ohio in 1982. He was involved in several clubs including art and sciences. In his junior year, his best friend was involved in a motorcycle accident which resulted in loss of his limb below the knee. This was Randy’s introduction to the field of Prosthetics. He took prerequisite courses at Sinclair College then transferred to Shelby State in Memphis, Tn. where he obtained his degree and Certificate program in Prosthetics and Orthotics in 1987.
Randy began his career in Florence, Alabama where he completed his residency. From there he moved back to Ohio so his children could be with their grandparents. He worked at Orpro , a large company in Dayton, Ohio which treated a variety of patients including multi discipline clinics at the Childrens Hospital. After a few years he brought his family south to New Bern, NC where he met Shane Coltrain. He managed that facility for a few years then returned to Ohio due to illness in the family.
While there, he was taught the business side of Prosthetics and Orthotics. He managed several offices in the Ohio area with the focus of providing the best possible cost effective care for their patients. In addition, Randy was very involved in providing education to physician groups, patients and being a mentor in the residency program he helped establish. Teaching has always been an interest in his life and is a great way to give back to the profession.
Randy reconnected with his friend, Shane Coltrain in June, 2013. Presently, he is a Practice Manager at Orthotics and Prosthetics East.
Certified Orthotist, FAAOP
Garry began his career in 1972 while serving in the US Army. He was stationed at Madigan Army Medical Center, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, and Tripler Army medical Center. During his service to our country he received the Meritorious Service Medal for his work in the field of Scoliosis. This is the highest honor that is awarded to non-combat soldiers. He enjoyed the field of Orthotics so much that after his honorable discharge he attended the Orthotics Internship Program at Rancho Los Amigos Rehabilitation Hospital in Downey California. He became certified as an Orthotist in 1980 and was awarded the status of Fellow in the American Academy of Orthotist and Prosthetist in 1999.
His career took him to Scott and White Hospital in Temple Texas and then to Tulsa Rehabilitation Center in Oklahoma as the Director of Orthotics and Prosthetics. While in Oklahoma he and his wife decided to move to Knoxville Tennessee so their two daughters could spend more time around family and Grandparents. In Knoxville Garry held positions as a Practice Manager, Market Manager, and then a National Orthotic Specialist/Senior Clinical Advisor for Hanger Clinic.
Garry especially enjoys treating pediatrics, Scoliosis, Plagiocephaly, Stance Control Orthosis, CVA and Traumatic Brain Injury patients. In 2015 He moved to Greenville after spending 25 years in Knoxville to join the Team at Orthotics and Prosthetics East.
Warren graduated from St. Petersburg College in Florida with his B.S. In Orthotics and Prosthetics. He then matriculated to Florida State University and obtained his Masters of Science in Industrial Engineering. Warren’s the newest member of the O&P East family and is happily joining us for both his prosthetic and orthotic residencies. At the end of his residency he hopes to permanently join the O&P East family as a full fledge practitioner.
In his spare time Warren loves working and riding on his motorcycle. He enjoys running, playing with his two dogs and spending time with his wife and new found friends.
Ashley is a Greenville native who joined our team in 2012. She began her career in health care as a receptionist at a chiropractic office, where she realized her commitment to help take care of other. Ashley started with us as a temp working only three days a week as a receptionist. Over the years her hard work and dedication have advanced her position to office manager. Ashley enjoys tackling the new challenges of the ever changing insurance field as well as meeting new patients. She is a great team player and enjoys helping others. When not at work, Ashley and her husband Eddie enjoy camping, boating and spending time with their granddaughter.
Viviana moved from the beautiful state of Florida in 2008. In 2009, she became a part-time employee at Michaels Arts & Crafts, while also joining the Burch Law Office as a full-time secretary. In 2009, Viviana also became a certified Public Notary for the State of North Carolina. Wanting to persue her enjoyment of helping patients she pursued a new career path in the health care field. In 2012, Viviana joined the O&P East family becoming an integral part of the team.
In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, husband Adrian, and two daughters Miriam and Alyssa Villegas. She loves going to soccer games, band concerts, and cooking among other things.
Tammy was born and raised in Wilson, NC. She has faithfully worked in Optometry and medical facilities for over 20 years. Her employment with Orthotics & Prosthetics East started as part-time work and transitioned into full-time employment only 2 months later. Tammy is a proud mother of four children and has been happily married for 15 years. She loves music, reading, hunting and fishing. She has many other talents such as logo design and photography. Lastly, she is the proud caretaker of Nubbins whom she adopted in December of 2015 and became the office mascot. Tammy Humphrey has a heart for people and helping the patients.
Senior Billing Specialist
Ronald has been in insurance and billing for 13 years. He became interested in the orthotics and prosthetics field after working on a part-time basis for O&P East, and now full-time. Ronald is an integral part of the O&P East family. Ronald enjoys helping and assisting people with billing questions they may have. In his spare time Ronald enjoys running, playing basketball, and spending time with his family.
Donald started working with Shane Coltrain and O&P East back in 2007. His dedication and expertise is working with Billing and Insurance. When he's not working, Donald can be found traveling with his family for some "sun fun". He enjoys spending time with is family, on Sundays at Church for worship. "My wife and daughter are my life and I do my very best to ensure they are taken care of."
Before retiring in 2011 Shirley was an administrative assistant for a food marketing company for 6 years. She moved to the great state of North Carolina in 2012 to find peace and relaxation. It wasn't too long before Shirley became bored and decided to go back to work part-time. This is how and when she found Orthotics and Prosthetics East with Shane Coltrain.
Currently, Shirley is a part-time office assistant who works primarily in the billing office. She focuses on billing, hospital/patient charting and verifies insurance coverage. She also lends a hand in the front office, receiving and shipping department and volunteers for seasonal activities.
In her spare time she enjoys traveling and making hand made quilts. She currently enjoys discovering her new home state of North Carolina.
After High School, he worked for a General Contractor for about seven years performing most aspects within construction. Later he moved to an industrial textile setting gaining skills as a machinist, millwright, welder and related machine ship skills. He advanced to Facility Maintenance Coordinator position and became involved with environmental policy and controls, process water, wastewater operation, record logs and state and federal record reporting. Ricky Coltrain worked at this facility for 30+ years.
Due to the economic recession the plant closed and he moved to assist with the expansion of O&P East in 2008. Ricky worked in the lab area to help out and learned more skills for himself. He's been at Orthotics and Prosthetics East ever since, utilizing his many skills and knowledge.
On the weekend Ricky enjoys woodworking, building thing with wood and metal, fishing, hunting, ATV's, working with his hands, but most of all spending time with his family.
Dave has worked as a prosthetic technician for 23 years. He's had the pleasure to work at three different prosthetic offices and learned many new and exciting techniques. He's been using his extensive knowledge at O&P East for almost a year now. Dave has been married for 34 years and has two grown children. In his spare time he enjoys family, hunting, fishing and working in is yard or workshop
Nubbins O&P East Mascot
Nubbins is a rescue dog from the Humane Society that was born without her front two paws. She became a patient of Shane Coltrain in October of 2015. Since then she was adopted by one of the office employees and has become the office mascot. During her time at the office she enjoys taking long naps, a lot of treats and bringing smiles to the patients.