Dynamic Orthopedics Achieves Official Woman Owned Business Status Within Florida

The hard work Melisa Chang has done with Dynamic Orthopedics has become recognized by the State of Florida with the official, "woman owned business" designation.

Davie, United States - May 16, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Dynamic Orthopedics located in Davie, Florida is one of the premier providers of orthotics and prosthetics for both adults and children in all of South Florida. Recently the state of Florida has recognized Dynamic Orthopedics with an official certificate stating Dynamic Orthopedics is a “Woman Owned Business”.

Melisa Chang, owner of Dynamic Orthopedics has poured her heart and soul into building Dynamic Orthopedics to what it’s become today. Dynamic Orthopedics has become a strong pillar in the local community for supporting children who are suffering from life altering disabilities. Melisa has ensured at every opportunity to involve Dynamic into the community to better brighten and enrich these children’s lives.

Recently Dynamic Orthopedics has participated in the 4th Annual Adaptive Sports and Recreation Expo, an event that showcased adaptive activities such as soccer, sailing and even scuba diving! Back in February, Melisa ensured Dynamic Orthopedics had a strong presence at the 9th Annual Tour de Broward for the children at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital.

Perhaps one of the largest impacts Dynamic Orthopedics has had on the community recently is the start up of the Jr. Rolling Sharks Wheelchair Basketball team. This has proven a huge success in bringing competitive sports to children whose lives have been forever altered by severe disabilities. Engaging in community sports and activities has proven to be very effective at building the confidence these children will need going forward.

Melisa had this to say about all Dynamic’s recent activities and the recognition of being a “Woman Owned Business”, “I am proud to be recognized as a woman owned business and have a passion to continue to build up small successes in our community for the edification of kids and adults with disabilities.”

For people who would like more information about the good work that is being done at Dynamic Orthopedics check out the website link here http://dynamicorthopedics.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Melisa Chang
Email: info@dynamicorthopedics.com
Organization: Dynamic Orthopedics
Address: 6555 Nova Drive, Suite 306, Davie, Florida 33317, United States
Phone: +1-954-424-1168

For more information, please visit http://dynamicorthopedics.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 345362

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