OPGA Announces First Annual Member Engagement Survey

Published in Orthotics & Prosthetics on October 18, 2022

AdamMillerBy Adam Miller, President, OPGA

My name is Adam Miller, and I assumed the role of President of OPGA after the untimely death of our friend, Todd Eagen. As we all know, Todd was a fierce advocate of the O&P profession, and I think I can safely say that we all felt the loss in one way or another. 

On behalf of myself and the OPGA team, we remain as committed as ever to help advance, advocate, and provide solutions for you, our members. In that regard, I am looking forward to connecting with you and truly listening to what we can do to support you in your day to day. Therefore, we ask that you please complete OPGA’s first annual 2022 member engagement survey

We appreciate your membership and feel that it is important for OPGA to continue to adapt into the future. OPGA cannot do what we do without you, and this short survey will help us tailor our offerings to better suit what you need and want.

I cannot thank you enough for the warm welcome many of you have already shown me. Rest assured, OPGA will continue to provide savings and solutions and be there to support and advance our profession. My contact info is below. Feel absolutely free to reach out if I can help with anything. 

Complete the Survey

Thank you again for your membership and for helping us provide the best possible solutions for you and your practice. 

Adam Miller

Adam Miller
President, OPGA 
[email protected]
Cell: 319-269-5294

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